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Fireplaces as Focal Points

LHD62 Linear Direct-Vent Gas Fireplace from Napoleon

Since ancient times, fireplaces have brought warmth and a cozy atmosphere to homes throughout the world. Often times, the fireplace became the focal point of a room. This hasn’t changed in more recent times. Whether it’s a contemporary-designed insert or a traditional brick fireplace, a hearth adds visual appeal to any room. For homeowners looking for a big, bold design, look no further than the two fireplaces mentioned below.

Napoleon is pleased to introduce its dynamic 62-inch direct vent gas fireplace, the LHD62 Linear Direct-Vent Gas Fireplace, which can be installed in both residential and commercial settings. The LHD62 of the Linear High Definition series comes standard with a Topaz Crystaline ember bed, porcelain reflective radiant panels, electric ignition, and noncombustible facing materials, making it the perfect fireplace for lobbies, entranceways, hallways, bars, lounges, living rooms and more. The LHD62 offers an output of 50,000 BTU and a fuel-saving electronic ignition (with battery backup). A safety screen and modulating thermostatic remote control come standard with the unit.

Vermont Castings’ Aura by Monessen Hearth Systems

With the Aura’s amazing 70-inch viewing area, no other brand manufactures a wider fireplace. Vermont Castings’ Aura by Monessen Hearth Systems comes with a number of exterior and interior style options, so it’s easy to create a unique look that is stunning in residential or commercial settings. Its size doesn’t compromise its convenience, however. The longest standard production fireplace using only one 5X8-inch vent pipe, the Aura is easy to install and maintain. It also features the exclusive Total Signature Command System.



Monessen Hearth Systems