Kachelofen Install/Workshop

Hello Everyone,

Masonry Heaters have been around for centuries. The are clean burning and efficient ways to heat your home using wood. “Biofire” manufactures custom engineered masonry heaters for your home to specification which is installed by a masonry specialist. I was lucky enough to be a part of this project with founder of the MHA, lead mason Jerry Frisch.

Masonry Heaters are a growing trend in America. This workshop was a part of my certification prerequisite, and was extremely appreciative of Jerry, and Homeowner for allowing inviting me to help build this beautiful, one of a kind tile/stucco “Kachelofen”.

Please go to www.Biofireinc.com for more information.

Thanks for visiting,

Jon

Each "Biofire" tile is hand molded and stamped for approval.

Each “Biofire” tile is hand molded and stamped for approval.

Jerry Making sure everything is sitting tight and right

Jerry Making sure everything is sitting tight and right

Scott, John, and Marty getting busy

Scott, John, and Marty getting busy

looking down into a "Biofire" Kachelofen core

looking down into a “Biofire” Kachelofen core

Custom fire rated block used

Custom fire rated block used

Tile manufactured and engineered to spec to extract maximum heat from the flue gases

Tile manufactured and engineered to spec to extract maximum heat from the flue gases

engineered and installed to specification.

engineered and installed to specification.

Core components and doors installed

Core components and doors installed

Marty finishing up some stucco work

Marty finishing up some stucco work

Bake oven with accented tile arch

Bake oven with accented tile arch

Completed stucco/tile kachelofen

Completed stucco/tile kachelofen

Homeowner installing a core tile

Homeowner installing a core tile

Please visit www.Biofireinc.com to find out why this may be the right choice for your lifestyle and home heating needs.

One thought on “Kachelofen Install/Workshop

  1. Congats Jon Madle with your award. I saw your piece in BC mag.while waiting at car inspection recently. I had to follow up with that which intrigued me. I always appreciate good work and thanks for the posted projects.
    I’ll be looking forward to others like this! mm

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