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by / on March 31, 2012 at 6:47 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

The Hidden Dangers of a Vent Free Gas Fireplace

One of the questions we hear often is, “I can’t vent, can you show us your vent less fireplaces?” Sure we can. We show our client electric and bioethanol options. These units appeal to many of our clients because of  their versatility and little maintenance. Then there are clients who know what they are looking for – ventless gas fireplaces. We can NOT show […]

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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 29, 2012 at 5:13 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

New Product: Westgate Direct Vent Gas Fireplaces

Westgate Luxury Fireplaces are a new line of products by the Sherwood Industries Ltd. There are two sizes: DV48 and DV62. Both use standard piping, allowing for a wider variety of installation options. They are both clean face units and come with a wide variety of options: – 3 Burner Styles : Log – Glass – Stone – 8 Firebox […]

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by / on February 23, 2012 at 8:56 pm / in Outdoor Kitchens

Summer 2012: Outdoor Kitchens

Many visitors to our showroom love the outdoor kitchen display, but are intimidated by the price tag. We only carry top-of-the-line, high-quality products, they are worth the splurge for several reasons: 1- Consider how often you and your family enjoy your backyard. Are you someone who enjoys the privacy of your own property rather than going on vacation? An outdoor […]

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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 23, 2011 at 3:28 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

Some of Our Recent Installations

The last month and a half has been crazy here, everyone wants a fireplace for the holidays! Here are a few of our most recent jobs: Please note: Our showroom will be closed from December 24- 26 and January 2nd. We will be open 7 days a week starting January 8th. Wishing you Happy Holidays from all of us at […]

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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 15, 2011 at 9:49 pm / in Gas, Electric and Wood Fireplaces

Gas Fireplace 101

We stumbled upon this very informative article by Bob Villa.  This is a great read that provides a ton of up-to-date information on the hearth business. Here are some of the highlights: “Fireplaces are highly demanded amenities, just after outdoor patios, decks and porches, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)” “Gas fireplaces are one of the hottest hearth products […]

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by / on August 3, 2011 at 5:16 pm / in Uncategorized

Hearth & Home Article

Take a look at our feature in July’s issue of Hearth & Home. Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Lisa Readie Mayer of Hearth & Home  interviewed brothers Peter and Salvatore Alesci and their cousin Sal Finocchiaro, the partners in NYC Fireplaces. The article touches on how the business began, “they were frustrated at being unable to find a retailer in the New York […]

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