FDR's fireside chats were usually about the state of the country, but we think that if he'd had the chance, he would have enjoyed just telling you about the Drolet Jurassien Wood Stove. This low-clearance, wood-burning stove is crafted from rugged cast-iron in a European style that has a firebox lined with refractory bricks to help evenly distribute the heat. Wide, glass windows give you a good view of the fire, and this convenient stove is ideal for heating spaces from 500 to 1,500 square feet. As the smallest stove in its category, the low-clearance design helps stay away from combustible surfaces, and it's even approved for use in mobile homes. An easy-to-remove ash tray, glass air-wash system and secondary air system of stainless steel (for improved gas combustion) makes this an easy choice for heating any space.
To ensure the safety of the exhaust system, it is recommended that you use a professional installer.
A lot has changed since Francoise-Xavier Drolet opened his modest mechanical shop in 1875. The shop has grown, and the company has been passed down through the members of the Drolet family. In today's modern Canada, the name Drolet is still a synonym of quality and is used as a signature trademark for elevators, sewage and city waterworks products. In 1970, a combustion stove division was added with the goal of providing the finest environmentally sustainable heating solutions on the market. Their passion for everything they do shows in their attitude towards their employees, respect for the customers and a level of commercial ethics and industrial creativity that keep them at the top of their industry.