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Jøtul fireplaces, which are crafted in Norway and built in Maine, are from one of the world’s oldest producers of stoves, inserts and fireplaces. For over 160 years, Jøtul has combined fine craftsmanship with the art of coping with the cold. Their elegant and highly-crafted stoves and fireplaces are world-renowned thanks to their dedication to quality, design and selection. They have the largest selection of stoves and fireplaces that can fit the style and decor of almost any home.

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The Enviro brand of heating products, created by Sherwood Industries Ltd., are known for their superior quality and attention to detail. The company has been an industry leader since 1988 thanks to the quality of its gas, wood and pellet appliances produced out of its manufacturing facility in Vancouver and released the new C44 for 2016-17 winter season.

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At Home and Hearth Outfitters, we have a wide variety of contemporary fireplaces to choose from. Our inventory of gas, wood and electric inserts and fireplaces include options from leading manufacturers including Enviro, Pilgrim, Ortal, Jotul, Town and Country, Marquis and others. Our team, which has been helping make homes beautiful and comfortable since 1992, has reviewed the best options from our selection of contemporary fireplaces and found the top three.

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Whether you have a small balcony or a vast backyard space these tips will help you add splendor and allure to your outdoor area.

One way to add value to your space is to establish traffic patterns in a variety of ways from adding formal walkways, creating shifts in hardscape materials, or even the planting of shrubs or trees to form corners/borders.

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Historically Kamado Grills have been used by people to cook food for thousands of years. Archaeologists found the earliest dated Kamado grills to be over 3000 years originating from China. The mushikamado, a round clay pot with a removable domed clay lid, was typically found in Southern Japan. This mushikamado model included a damper and a draft door for optimized heat control and could be fueled by charcoal. The mushikamado was first introduced to the US after WWII. In fact, “Kamado” is the Japanese word for “stove” or “cooking range” and with our country’s obsession with adopting the latest and greatest cooking trends it’s no surprise that this time tested grilling method is picking up momentum in the states.

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