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Introducing a Gas Fireplace without the Glass

Heat & Glo Phoenix fireplace

Heat & Glo has introduced the Phoenix TrueView series gas fireplace designed with a large glass-free view and the authentic look of a wood fireplace.  It gives you the convenience of gas without the glass.

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Heat & Glo Phoenix fireplace

Heat & Glo’s Phoenix gas fireplace offers a large glass-free view with hand-painted logs and bold flames.

Design Features

Be captivated with beautiful hand-painted logs, glowing LED ember bed and bold flames. You can choose either traditional brick or a modern reflective black glass interior; and a TV can be safely placed 12″ above the opening with no mantel required.

Set the Mood

Stream music or the sound of a crackling fire through optional Bluetooth speakers for a truly immersive experience.  You can set the mood with bold flames and mild heat for year round comfort and enjoyment.

Latest Technology

Phoenix fireplaces incorporate an advanced intermittent pilot ignition system that constantly monitors ignition, ensures safe functioning and conserves up to $10/month in energy costs.

It’s patent-pending “whisper-tone technology” allows airflow with minimal sound, the ability to horizontally terminate, and an automatic damper which stops air movement when the fireplace is off, thus preventing cold air from entering your home.

Heat & Glo logoComplete specifications can be viewed in the Phoenix Fireplace Product Brochure.

Own with Confidence

Heat & Glo’s Limited Lifetime Warranty is the strongest and most comprehensive in the industry.  It assures you that your fireplace is built to the highest standards and that your Heat & Glo product will perform season after season, year after year.

Special Offer on All Heat & Glo Gas Fireplaces

Henry Poor Lumber is offering a 20% Discount on any Heat & Glo gas fireplace purchased by December 31, 2018.

Need more details? Call us at 765-474-1388 or send us an email at Contact Us.

For a look at our complete offering of Fireplaces from Traditional to Modern designs go to Henry Poor Fireplaces.