Last month, I attended NAHB’s midyear meeting in Miami and had the pleasure of sitting in on a presentation by Daniel Swift, president and CEO of Des Moines-based architecture group BSB Design.
Gather 'round the fire and look at these fireplaces
Cast into the Flame
The Bella’s unique styling and cast-iron finish makes it both an attractive new fireplace and the first cast-iron pellet stove Lennox offers. The standout fireplace features an ultra-quiet direct-current brushless auger motor paired with a double-cushioned combustion fan. Homeowners can control the flame with a built-in LCD screen. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/20670-259
Warm and Fuzzy
Regency’s new fireplaces sport optional reflective panels to amplify the appearance of the fire. Each model has a colored frame and a face without louvers. The collection can be included in blueprints or added to a home during a remodel. The L676 Sunrise (shown) frames a 676-square-inch opening.
Topas, not Tapas
Plenty of people still use wood stoves to provide supplemental or even primary heat, and Rais’ Topas can provide plenty of it. It features a large opening and firewood holder and an innovative air wash system to allow for a more efficient flame. Standard features include steel side and top plates and the necessary connecting pipe. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/20670-261
Sack the Smokiness
Morso’s new 5660 Std fireplace features a convection system that ensures optimum heat distribution in the room and a large combustion chamber that can take logs of up to 20 inches. The fireplace can pump out a maximum of 50,000 BTUs per hour. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/20670-262