To our Valued Denver Winair Partners, As the latest updates on COVID-19 continue to be monitored, Denver Winair Co. remains committed to providing all of your HVAC residential and light-commercial needs. We will maintain the safest environment for both you, your team(s), and the team of Denver Winair Co. In the interest of ensuring a […]
5 Reasons to Install a Fire Pit
Here in Colorado, we’re blessed with beautiful weather and stunning scenery that make us want to stay outside as much as we can. But the sun has to go down eventually, making a fire pit the perfect way to keep the fun going far after dusk. If you’ve considered installing a fire pit in your […]
Ortal Modular Fireplaces
The temperatures have dropped, which means fall and winter are upon us. And to keep warm this chilly season, there’s no better accessory than a fireplace. Home & Hearth Outfitters is the only dealer in Denver that offers Ortal, a collection of unique and modern fireplaces. This season, we’re pleased to announce a new addition to the collection: modular fireplaces.
The Jackson Grills at Home & Hearth Outfitters
In Colorado, we take our love of the outdoors seriously. The outdoors is where we play, escape and partake in the pleasures of all the days of sunshine we receive. Whether you are a gifted griller, a casual cook, or a picnic prodigy, take your outdoor cooking to an art form with our newest line of stainless steel natural gas grills and high-end barbecues from Jackson Grills.
The Hestan Aspire Grill at Home & Hearth Outfitters
Hestan, which started in the 1970s as a cookware designer and became a leader in the commercial kitchen world, has brought their meticulous craftsmanship and technology to the outdoor world with ultra-premium gas grills, outdoor refrigeration, wine storage, pantries, doors, drawers and trash chutes. They just released a lesser expensive high-performance line of grills called the Aspire, and we have this new line in stock at Home & Hearth Outfitters.
Celebrate Labor Day 2017 With These Tasty Trivia Facts
Summer technically ends on September 21, but September 4 marks the unofficial end of the 2017 season. Why? Because it’s Labor Day — and we’re ready to celebrate!
The holiday dates back to the 1800s as a way to celebrate the strength and hard work of the U.S. labor force, but these days it’s more about food and fun (and a day off from work!). We know you can’t wait to kick back on the patio with good friends, great food and a tasty brew or two, but hopefully we can tide you over with a few tasty tidbits about Labor Day.