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Wood | Gas | Pellet | Coal - Call Us 717-768-7174


A wide variety of  Stoves, fireplaces and Inserts fueled by Wood, Pellet, Gas or Coal.
Conveniently located in Lancaster County PA along Route 340 between Bird In Hand and Intercourse.
Our top of the line brands including Harman, Regency, Jotul and Legacy Stoves and Fireplaces are well displayed in our showroom. Come in today and we will help you choose the stove that fits your needs! Start saving now!


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Instead of loading logs, you pour in pellets: bits the size of rabbit food, but made of compressed sawdust or agricultural crop waste. You heat your house with renewable energy, and gain a lot of the convenience.
Our Premium Wood Pellets are from Wood Pellet Inc. They have had Quality pellets and serve us well. We have many repeat customers and many who have switched to these pellets. You can read more about them here.

Considering a wood stove? Educate yourself to help you find the stove that will keep you warm but not toast you out of the house.
Clink on the link for helpful information on burning wood.

Anthracite Coal is more normally known as “hard coal”. Anthracite coal is a highly-carbonated fossil fuel that will generate the highest heat of all the fossil fuels available, and the low sulfur content in Anthracite makes it an extremely clean-burning fuel. Anthracite coal produces virtually no smoke or particulate emissions which can be a problem with wood stoves. Burning Coal is a dirty and often best if used in the Basement or away from white carpeting.

Flip a switch; have fire! That’s the key appeal of a gas stove or fireplace. You still enjoy real flames, but without the hassles of solid fuel. There is no firewood to stack, bags of pellets to dump, and no ashes to clean out. The air inside your house and in your neighborhood stays clean, too. Unlike old decorative gas fireplaces, today’s gas units are heat-producing dynamos that use natural gas or propane to power a steady flame dancing on fake logs, decorative modern glass chips, or stones behind a sealed glass face.

Gas Fireplace versus a Gas Insert. What is the difference?
A gas fireplace insert is needed for converting from a wood-burning fireplace to a Gas Fireplace. If you are looking for a unit to provide supplemental heating, as well as the beauty of a glowing fire with the flick of a switch or the turn of a thermostat with no mess or fuss, then a gas insert is the answer.
A direct vent gas fireplace has a completely sealed combustion chamber which allows it to vent directly out a side wall or through the ceiling of your home. Made to use if you dont have a wood burning fireplace in your home but you want the look of a taditional fireplace.  The benefit of this system is that it brings in air from the outside of the home rather than using the room air. 
Direct vent fireplaces use a co-axial venting system.  The co-axial vent system has the exhaust pipe within the air intake pipe which protects any surrounding combustible material from the high temperature of the flue gases as well as preheating the outside air prior to it being introduced to the combustion process.

The image below is a direct vent gas fireplace.

Gas Stoves or Fireplaces

This image is of a gas insert.

Stop in and speak to one of our sales person's to help you choose the stove or fireplace that fits your needs! We service the Lancaster PA, Denver, York and surrounding areas.

Click on the links to below to see the models of each brand. With each company having new products you may not find the exact unit you are looking for. We can get or do have anything from Jotul, Regency, Harman and Legacy Stoves.


Offering full service and installation to Lancaster County and surrounding areas. Need service work? Call us to schedule, 717-768-7174.