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About Us

In 1927, Charles Lindbergh flew the Atlantic and Heatilator introduced the first factory-built air-circulating fireplace. The brand name quickly became a household word-the "first name in fireplaces."

Even today, many consumers refer to any heat-circulating fireplace as a Heatilator. But once they've owned a genuine Heatilator, they'll know the difference.

Not only is Heatilator the most widely recognized name, but thanks to our long-standing reputation for quality and reliability, Heatilator is also the preferred brand among homebuilders. Leading builders choose Heatilator because they know that the brand assures their customers many, many years of comfort and reliability.

Why Heatilator: First time homebuyers, homebuilders and custom home experts agree. Heatilator is the number one choice. Its well-crafted heating sources run the gamut from fireplaces to gas logs, providing gas-burning solutions to make any space feel like home. Most importantly, value is high on the list of this most recognized brand. It’s one thing to build the perfect fireplace. But Heatilator goes one step further by making its products affordable and dependable at the same time. As the preferred brand among homebuilders, Heatilator promises quality, reliability and an ease of installation unsurpassed in the industry. By introducing the first zero-clearance fireplace over 30 years ago, Heatlilator not only transformed the concept of installing your own fireplace, but has continued to lead the industry in builder-focused products. Reliable heat and steadfast value. That’s Heatilator’s promise.

Heatilator Products: Gas Fireplaces; Gas Inserts; Wood Fireplaces; Outdoor Fireplaces; Electric Fireplaces and Gas Logs.


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