You're browsing our International Store. Switch to the COUNTRY NAME to see pricing and availability.
Do you want to switch stores?
COUNTRY NAME
Actions
Cart

Shopping Cart

0 items in your shopping cart.

Your Cart

Oh no! It seems like you don't have anything in your shopping cart. Start Shopping

Summary

  • Items 0
  • Subtotal $0,000
  • Shipping $000
  • Total 0
Other Links
Version
  • Learn
  • Collection
  • Help

Learn

  • Design Resources
  • Featured Articles
  • Inspiration
  • B2B Programs

Collection

  • Featured
  • Built-In Ranges
  • Freestanding Ranges
  • Flex Fireplaces
  • Accessories
  • Fuel Type
  • Room Type

Help

  • Contact
  • Customer

3 Home Heating Tips

Syrenuse Apartments
Giarola Architects, Recom Building

Learn how to save money and keep your home warm this winter.

Save on heating bill
Save on heating bill
Save on heating bill

1. Save up to 40% on your heating bill

A central heating system cycles on and off several times an hour and wastes money by heating your entire home, even unoccupied rooms. Install a fireplace into commonly used areas of your home for warmth where and when you need it. A fireplace helps conserve energy, saving you up to 40% on your utility bill and adds ambiance and beauty to your space.

Keep the heat inside
Keep the heat inside
Keep the heat inside

2. Keep the heat inside

Vented fireplaces release smoke and other harmful emissions outdoors through a chimney or flue, allowing heat to escape. Using our all-new fireplace grates, convert your traditional system into a clean-burning, ventless fireplace and keep the heat inside for improved warmth and energy savings.

Get the perfect outdoor temperature
Get the perfect outdoor temperature
Get the perfect outdoor temperature

3. Get the perfect outdoor temperature

Firepits create a welcoming retreat to gather around and enjoy the outdoors. During colder winter months, a warm flame may not be enough to enjoy your space pleasantly. Adding an overhead heater delivers total comfort with a warm, sunlike feel. Radiant heaters directly reach the people and surfaces below for the perfect temperature in any season.