Wood Burning Fireplace


Enjoy the traditional aspects of a wood fire while benefiting from innovative technology in heating and efficiency.

Duel Fuel Fireplace

Duel fuel and convertible. Our Zero Clearance Fireplace can burn wood or it can be converted to gas burning. Install a gas starter to get your fire started quicker.

High Efficiency Wood Burning Fireplace

The key to wood burning fireplace efficiency lies in the unique design and adjustable damper that provides the proper air-flow without the use of noisy and expensive blowers. With the damper 95% closed, the air flow is controlled to provide ultimate burning conditions reaching heat levels between 900 and 1200 degrees. With the ceramic glass doors closed, this clean wood burning fireplace reduces smoke emissions and helps you save on fuel. You burn less wood, spend less time collecting wood, remove ashes less frequently and pay lower fuel bills.

Natural Convection Wood Stove

With your comfort in mind, the engineers designed the wood burning fireplace for the highest heat output without the use of electricity. The fireplace’s natural convection design directs heat into the room where it belongs. Natural convection wood burning fireplaces use only one third the wood compared to conventional fireplaces, provides up to 50,000 BTU’s per hour of heat, and returns up to 250 cubic feet per minute of heat through its built-in natural convection system. There is no need for electricity. When its flue is closed up to 95%, little or no heat is lost up the chimney. All the heat goes into your room. (is this supposed to be natural convection?)

Zero Clearance Fireplace

A true zero clearance unit, can be installed within a wall or placed on any floor. These wood burning fireplaces are surrounded by a convection chamber as well as a fully insulated firebox to keep the outer wall cool. Spacers surrounding the cabinet allowing them to be installed in close proximity to the fireplace framing.  To see more wood burning fireplaces we can install, visit our manufacturer’s website  www.heatnglo.com