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A higher heating value since 1960

Designed and manufactured in Canada, Drolet appliances are synonymous with strength, reliability, performance and security.

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October Promotion Obtain a $150 mail-in rebate with the purchase of an Eco-55, Eco-55ST or Eco-55CT pellet stove

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October Promotion Obtain a $100 mail-in rebate with the purchase of a DB03081-Classic wood stove (Valid only in Canada)

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October Promotion Obtain a $100 mail-in rebate with the purchase of an Escape 1500 wood stove

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Article - REGULATION Wood heating – it is allowed in Montreal

It can not be stressed enough: wood heating is allowed in the province of Quebec, and even in Montreal! For all the details on wood heating regulations in Montreal and surrounding cities, consult the summary table of the Association des Professionnels du Chauffage – APC (only available in French).

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Article - Environment Wood: a carbon neutral source of heating

Burning wood is considered neutral in terms of carbon dioxide emissions. The wood used as an alternative source of energy for fossil fuels produces a net reduction in the emission of greenhouse gases.

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