With the growing popularity of bioethanol fireplaces As an interior feature, many people considering purchasing one wonder if they actually work as a heating solution, in addition to providing the decorative effect of real flames. Because bioethanol fireplaces are often compared to candles in terms of how they work, some people think that the amount of heat they release will be as negligible as that of a candle - yes, there's a real fire there, but it won't keep you warm in the middle of winter.

But in fact bioethanol fires are about 30% warmer (measured in kilowatt hours) than the average electric fire used at its highest setting. This makes them entirely suitable as a means of heating a room, even in the coldest parts of the year. Many people actually find the maximum heat output of an ethanol fireplace too hot, although this is not a problem because the burners on these fireplaces allow you to adjust the heat to the level you prefer.

With bioethanol fireplaces you can heat your home in a safe and stylish way, and you can use them anywhere in the house, because no special ventilation is required and no smoke is produced.