You may not have realized it before now, but when you think of a classic, wood-burning stove, you're really picturing the Drolet Rocket Wood Stove. This traditionally styled stove is crafted with a thick metal body that boasts a firebox lined with refractory bricks for the most efficient heat distribution available. A simple pull of the handle opens the firebox, allowing you to load it with logs up to 17 inches long. This small stove is ideal for heating spaces up to 1,000 square feet, and a stainless-steel, secondary-air system also helps to improve gas combustion. A chimney of at least six inches in diameter is recommended.
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.