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Hot Heat Saving Tips
According to U.S. government projections, seven out of 10 U.S. households will see at least a 43 percent increase in the cost of home heating this year. With these increases, homeowners are turning to supplementary heating products like fireplaces, stoves and inserts to help take the burn out of high heating costs.
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Burn Green, Burn Smart
Advancements in hearth technology have produced a variety of green options that allow you to burn cleaner and more efficiently than ever before without sacrificing aesthetics. Thanks to ratings and regulations by organizations like EPA, LEED, NAHB and ENERGY STAR™ you can confidently purchase fireplaces, stoves and inserts that are more responsible for providing safe indoor air quality while adding warmth to your home.
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Cleaner, Greener Options
Hearth appliances are one of the most popular features in American homes. In fact, half of all U.S. homes have at least one fireplace or freestanding stove and almost all new homes have a fireplace. According to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), fireplaces rank among the top three features desired by new homebuyers.
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Products featured in this collection deliver the ideal combination of style, quality and comfort. Designed with the latest technology advancements, Elite™ Series products by Lennox offer quality and innovative choices for the modern home.



Gas fireplaces add ambience and warmth to any room in your home, all at the touch of a button. Enjoy the comfort of a fireplace in your home while benefiting from the cleanliness and efficiency a gas appliance offers with a Heat & Glo fireplace.


When shopping for a hearth system, make sure that the unit promotes air quality through the use of direct vent gas, electric and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - approved wood-burning fireplaces. Be sure you don't purchase unvented or vent-free fireplaces that contribute to unhealthy indoor air quality. Look for manufacturers that meet the guidelines established by the U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC) LEED for Homes and the National Association of Home Builders' (NAHB) Green Building Standards for sustainable building practices.




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