In the home-heating industry, perhaps no name is better known than Heatilator, and it’s with good reason. For nearly a century, Heatilator has provided top-quality, innovating fireplace solutions. That’s why at FireSide Hearth & Home, we are glad to offer our customers Heatilator products.
Heatilator introduced the first factory-built heat-circulating fireplace in 1929. The revolutionary technology changed the way fireplaces were installed. Since then, Heatilator has become an industry leader. Heatilator ranks as the top brand used by contractors in newly constructed homes. That’s because Heatilator is constantly updating its fireplace technologies while continuing to provide homeowners and home builders with affordable fireplace options that last.
Today, Heatilator offers a wide range of hearth products. Heatilator manufactures gas, wood and electric fireplaces that can be installed indoors or outdoors, as well as gas, wood and electric fireplace inserts. Additionally, Heatilator provides gas logs, mantels, fireplace surrounds and hearth accessories. All of Heatilator’s products come in a variety of style, ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, so you are sure to find a Heatilator fireplace, fireplace insert, gas log set or mantel that fits your taste and your home’s style.
One of the reasons Heatilator continues to be an industry leader is because of Heatilator’s devotion to the latest fireplace technologies. Some of the most popular Heatilator technologies include:
- Direct vent gas fireplaces. Direct vent gas fireplaces use a two-duct system that draws cold air in from the outside to fuel the fireplace and expels fireplace byproducts directly to the outside. This closed-system style of fireplace is one of the most efficient fireplace options.
- IntelliFire. IntelliFire is an exclusive technology designed to save you money. With an IntelliFire ignition system, the fireplace’s pilot light is on only when needed, rather than 24 hours. The intermittent pilot light can save homeowners as much as $10 per month on their heating bills. IntelliFire can still be ignited during power outages, and is available with additional features, such as a remote, child safety features, constant pilot option for cold climates and more.
- Power venting. This is used to allow for the proper venting of a fireplace nearly anywhere within the home. Power venting involves placing an electric fan within the chimney to help pull air into the fireplace and expel fireplace byproducts.
Explore Heatilator Fireplaces
Heatilator excels on the promise of providing a reliable heating products at reasonable prices. Are ready to upgrade your home with a new fireplace, fireplace insert, or heating stove? If so, see what Heatilator has to offer! At FireSide Hearth & Home, we can walk you through all of Heatilator’s offerings to help you find the right Heatilator product for your home.