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by / on August 13, 2013 at 6:47 pm / in Uncategorized

This Old House Experts Explain Gas Fireplaces

“For the safest, most efficient, and best-looking installation, leave the work to a local National Fireplace Institute-certified technician.”                                                                                     […]

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by / on July 29, 2013 at 8:28 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

“My Contractor is Installing my Fireplace…”

Not to discredit all contractors out there, but many times this choice produces expensive and even dangerous results. We receive service requests everyday by clients who have had a fireplace installed by their contractor. Sometimes it’s just a matter of replacing a part, other times it requires demolition. Here are examples of how a fireplace can be improperly installed:   […]

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by / on January 29, 2013 at 7:07 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

Showroom Display: Napoleon HDX40

Decorative Brick Panels & Wrought Iron Scalloped Steel Door, Thermostatically Controlled 40,000 BTU Fuel saving electronic ignition with battery back-up and built-in adjustable flame/ heat control 54% flame/heat adjustment for maximum comfort and efficiency Media enhancement kits of coloured glass (amber, blue, black and red) are designed to enhance the river rock firebox base Four-sided frame is available in painted […]

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by / on January 18, 2013 at 6:07 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

Town & Country: Luxury

  Town & Country fireplaces will give you the largest, most realistic flame in the industry. You’ll get a ton of heat out of these fireplaces, but each unit comes with a thermostatic remote system and a wall switch to keep the room comfortable. Town & Country fireplaces can also be power vented which allows for safe installation even if […]

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by / on September 12, 2012 at 8:08 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

New Product! Napoleon LHD62 – Linear Gas Fireplace

The LHD62 is Napoleon’s largest gas fireplace to date. It is the perfect contemporary focal point for those with more modern tastes. Here are some details: Up to 50,000 BTU’s Fuel saving electronic ignition with battery back-up Clean face design with a massive 1137 sq. in. viewing area Heat radiating ceramic glass Exclusive NIGHT LIGHT™ MIRRO-FLAME Porcelain Reflective Radiant Panels […]

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by / on March 15, 2012 at 4:00 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

Napoleon Dream for Sale! & New Video Page

Our Napoleon Dream BGD90 is for sale! It is fully optioned including wrought iron decorative square frame with arched rail inset,  country crane and hearth pot, thermostatic remote and night lighting. See image below: RETAIL: $9,300.00 SALE PRICE: $5,400.00 We’ve also added a video page to our website, here you can see a number of Napoleon and Town & Country units burning at the […]

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by / on February 17, 2012 at 3:55 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

Fireplace Installation

Every fireplace installation is different, but  the most basic installation is done on an exterior, blank wall. There are several steps involved including framing, sheetrocking, building a platform, and of course venting, assembling and installing the unit. Some clients choose to have their contractor complete the framing and finishing work, but it is important to have a certified installer install […]

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by / on December 30, 2011 at 9:43 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

Safety Tips for Wood Burning Fireplaces

When dealing with fire you can never be too safe. Here are a few tips on how to safely enjoy the warmth of a wood burning fireplace: — Don’t use too much paper to build a fire. — Never burn charcoal indoors; it can give off lethal amounts of carbon monoxide. — Keep flammable materials away from the mantle. — Before you […]

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by / on December 2, 2011 at 3:40 pm / in Outdoor Kitchens

Fireplace Maintenance: Prepare for Winter

The colder weather and upcoming holidays have many homeowners scrambling to have their fireplaces ready. We’ve been getting many maintenance requests daily. Here are a few steps you can take to prep your fireplace for the winter: Wood Fireplaces Both masonry and factory-built wood burning fireplaces should be swept annually. Check the refractory panels to make sure they are in […]

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by / on November 12, 2011 at 7:14 pm / in Uncategorized

Child-proof Your Fire

When families visit the showroom looking to purchase a fireplace, their number one concern is the safety of their children. The average gas fireplace pushes out 30,000 BTUs and can make the surface of the unit, especially the glass extremely hot.  Here are a few things you can do to keep your kids safe around your new fireplace. 1. Take the […]

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