We carry a full line of Hearthrite unvented gas heaters. They are convenient, safe, and 99.9% efficient. They also come in a variety of sizes and types. From 6,000 to 30,000 BTU's. Prefer the beauty of a blue flame? Or would you rather feel the lasting warmth of infrared.
Just a sample of our full line of home heating appliances
A Leading Buck Stove Retailer!
Buck Stove manufactures some of the highest quality heating appliances in the world. Their facility is located in North Carolina and they are still a
family-owned business, like us.
It is our pleasure to be a leading retailer of Buck Stove products.
Click on the Buck Stove Logo above to open the Buck Stove home page and to view Buck Stove's entire line of products.
Thanks to Pat Roush of Gallipolis, Ohio!
We installed a Buck CR30 Log set. This unit has a remote control, ventless and is 40,000 BTU's.
With high quality gas fireplaces from Buck and Empire, you're sure to find what you need to heat and accent your home. Our showroom allows you to experience the warm ambiance of these beautiful additions to your home with live displays.
Please call for current prices.
Vented Gas Console Heaters put out an amazing amount of heat without the hassle and expense of having a furnace installed. From brands like Empire, these heaters can fill a home with warmth for many years.
PLease call for availability and prices.
We service and install all heaters we sell!
Don't see what your looking for? No Problem! We can order it!
Thank you Marie Mulford of Gallipolis for allowing us to install this Buck Stove. Model 34 with blower, remote and brass trim.
ENERCO, BASED IN CLEVELAND OHIO, HAS BEEN AT THE FOREFRONT OF INFRARED COMBUSTION TECHNOLOGY SINCE 1957. ENERCO’S MARKET LEADING HEATSTAR BRANDED PRODUCTS ARE DESIGNED, ENGINEERED, AND MANUFACTURED FOR PROFESSIONALS WHO REQUIRE TOUGH, DURABLE HEATERS FOR HEAVY-DUTY COMMERCIAL, CONSTRUCTION, AND RENTAL APPLICATIONS. THROUGH INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS, INNOVATIVE MARKETING, AND WORLD CLASS CUSTOMER SERVICE, HEATSTAR IS LEADING THE WAY IN DELIVERY COMFORT TO PROFESSIONALS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA.
Introducing HEATSTAR by ENERCO!
We now have a full line of Ventless Heaters from ENERCO. These heaters come with a blower and stands included in the price.
Please call our Rutland office @ 740-742-2511 or our Plains Office @ 740-742-4092 for availabily and pricing.
We now carry Gas logs by Hargrove! Please check out the link below the LOGO for more info.
For more than 30 years Hargrove has been creating the most beautiful and realistic gas logs available. They offer a full line of handcrafted vented gas logs and vent free gas logs in standard and large sizes, for single open and the see-through fireplaces.
Check for Soot
You may not notice the beginning of a soot buildup problem with the unaided eye. To check for soot, turn off the fire and allow the logs to cool. Take a clean, white cloth and rub it on the ceramic gas logs in the fireplace and on fireplace doors, if you have them. If you see thick black marks on the cloth, you have a soot issue. Another sign of soot is a buildup of small clumps of a black, powdery, ash-like substance on the ceramic logs and glass fireplace doors.
Causes of Buildup
The most common causes of soot buildup in a gas fireplace are ceramic fire-logs that have been moved out of proper position and burner ports that are clogged. If the fire-logs shift out of position, they can interfere with the flame path that ensures clean burning of the gas, leading to soot formation on the logs and doors. The other main cause of soot is clogged ports on the gas burner, which causes an incomplete or unbalanced burn and formation of soot on the logs and doors. In either case, clean off the firelogs and doors, and make sure the logs are in the exact position specified by the gas burner’s manufacturer. If the burner has clogged ports, clean them according to the manufacturer’s directions or have the fireplace dealer clean them.
The correct fuel-air mixture in your fireplace produces pretty yellow flames with minimal soot buildup. Open-front gas fireplaces often have an air shutter on the gas line feeding the burner, for adjusting the fuel-air mixture. On fireplace models with glass doors, adjustable vent shutters beneath the doors regulate the amount of combustion air. The air shutter or air vents must be clean and unobstructed, and kept in proper position. If the flame becomes starved for air, it will produce excessive soot.
Gas fireplace burner sets eventually wear out or rust out, causing them to emit gas in a different manner and volume than they did when new. This different flame pattern may cause “dirty” burning and soot buildup. The fire-logs themselves could have cracked or broken, impinging on the flame path and interfering with proper combustion. Another possible problem is blockage of your fireplace’s exhaust vent or chimney. If you can’t find any problem with your gas fireplace but still experience excessive soot buildup, have your gas supplier check to see if the gas regulator feeding your home or fireplace is adjusted and functioning properly.