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Wood has served people for thousands of years, also as a fuel, providing thermal comfort and safety. It is a renewable resource, which of all available fuels is the most environmentally friendly.

It emits the least harmful substances and therefore does not pollute the atmosphere. By adding a high calorific value, we get an excellent fuel, thanks to which you will provide yourself with warmth and family atmosphere in your home.

100% of HITZE products meet strict ECOdesign standards

At Hitze we attach great importance to environmentally friendly solutions and technologies.
This is evidenced by the certification of all our devices at notified testing institutes in the EU. As a result, they meet the strict standards of ECOdesign, being modern and environmentally friendly solutions.

What does Ecodesign mean?

It is a directive of the European Parliament, also known as Ecodesign, which contains all the necessary energy and emission requirements for local space heaters, including wood fireplaces. For a heating device to be certified with ECOdesign, it must be highly energy-efficient and have low emissions.

Following European standards we create devices that emit 90% less pollution than traditional solutions. Moreover, thanks to their high energy efficiency, they are also extremely economical - so you can save up to 25% energy!

Selected HITZE fireplaces also meet the parameters required in the German speaking countries according to BImSchV II and 15a B-VG, making them the best and most environmentally friendly investment!
We take care of
your energy

By investing in products HITZEyou will benefit from solutions such as an afterburning system TURBO BURN, which not only reduces the amount of exhaust gases, but also increases the amount of thermal energy and saves fuel. You will appreciate special deflectorswhich increase the temperature inside the combustion chamber to further optimize the combustion process.

How to use the fireplace
and at the same time take care of the environment?

Our goal is not only to provide the most modern and fully ecological free-standing fireplaces and fireplace inserts, but also help in their proper operation.

If you want to be "eco" and at the same time be sure that your heating appliance will serve you for many years, you should first of all:

  burn from the top, so that no smoke will escape from the hearth, which could significantly reduce the comfort of the household;


use suitable wood - preferably deciduous, dry wood, which has been seasoned for at least 3 years;

choose the best fireplace inserts, you will find these on offer HITZE.

How to choose the right fireplace wood and prepare well for the season? You can find out here!

Our fireplaces are a choice that you can make without fear.

HITZE is a 116 heating devices that you can customise as you wish. All of them are wood-burning and are based on the latest technologies and best materials. By choosing Hitze fireplaces you care for ecology, economy and the highest thermal comfort.

What to consider when choosing a fireplaceand enjoy the unique atmosphere in your home!

Ecology and health
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Ecological burning in the fireplace

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Why are fireplaces so popular?

Aesthetics and atmosphere Add unique character and warmth to your interior with the fireplace. The sight of the flames and the smell of the wood will allow you to relax and calm down, making it the perfect item to place in the living room as a backdrop for evening readings and...


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