The heat output of a bioethanol stove is adjustable on almost all appliances, allowing you to choose the desired temperature according to your needs. However, at its maximum setting, the average bioethanol fireplace emits 3 kWh of heat, in technical terms. While this may not mean much to most people shopping for a fireplace, if you compare it to a typical electric fireplace, the electric fireplace produces 2 kWh at its highest setting.


A bioethanol stove is thus able to produce a third more heat compared to a standard electric stove.

This means that a bioethanol fireplace can be a suitable choice for heating any size of room, even in the coldest months of the year. Many people never even use the maximum setting of a bioethanol stove, as it is too hot for most people's tastes!

Because bioethanol fires manage to produce a suitable amount of heat to compete with or exceed other household heating solutions, but also have the advantages of being smokeless, odourless, and easy to install, they are popular choices for a wide range of purposes, including heating rooms in the home where other types of open fires would not be suitable or possible to install, such as bedrooms and even bathrooms.