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Henry Poor Offer Beauty & Energy Savings

Lower your overall heating bills with high-efficiency fireplace inserts.

Turn your inefficient wood burning fireplace into a more efficient means of heating your family living space by installing a fireplace insert from Henry Poor.  Upgrading your home’s fireplace will lower your heating costs, ensure higher air quality, and help conserve our energy resources.

$100 Off
and $100 To Go

Henry Poor and HomeWorks are offering $100 off each
Heat & Glo fireplace insert
purchased in December.

Also visit our newly remodeled
Heat & Glo display at the
Henry Poor showroom
on Brady Lane in Lafayette
and register
for our drawing for a
$100 Henry Poor/Homeworks gift certificate
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Economical, Comfortable, Energy efficient

Heat & Glo fireplace inserts offer the warmth and comfort of a wood burning fireplace without the hassle of chopping and burning wood.  Heat & Glo inserts are airtight, which means they won’t leave you with a drafty room or affect your indoor air quality.  These inserts also claim some of the highest efficiency ratings in the industry, making them an economical solution to your heating needs.  Since often the most popular living space is the room with the fireplace, using a fireplace insert to warm this room, may allow you to adjust the temperature to a lower setting in the rest of the home.  This maintains the comfort in the primary living area, while reducing your overall energy bill.

Learn More
To see firsthand our wide selection of Heat & Glo fireplace inserts visit our newly remodeled Henry Poor showroom located on Brady Lane in Lafayette.  More information on sizes and models can also be viewed by clicking on our
Heat & Glo link.

To view the complete article click here: Fireplace Inserts.

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Henry Poor Founding Member of “Green Suppliers Council”

Jim Andrew recently announced that Henry Poor Lumber has become a founding member of the Green Suppliers’ Council, a nationwide network of building material dealers formed to promote and facilitate green building in the residential construction market.

“Whether your interest is in reducing global warming, lowering your utility bills, or creating a healthy indoor environment, green building makes sense,” says Jim Andrew, Henry Poor Lumber Co. President. “In our role as a home builder’s largest single supplier, we provide not only products, but also installation and building science expertise. Our mission is to develop programs that will help our customers build green homes efficiently and cost-effectively.”

The Council held its first meeting June 18 – 20 in Toronto, hosted by CMHC International, the export division of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.  At this meeting Jim received an overview of the state of the worldwide green building movement and an in-depth examination of the latest trends in green home building.

Local Green Initiative
Locally Henry Poor has teamed with
Environmental Recycling Inc to recycle all materials that are generated on new construction jobsites. By sending all construction material waste through ERI Recycling none of these products find their way to a transfer station, landfill, or an incinerator. This also facilitates projects requiring L.E.E.D. certification.  Products handled by ERI Recycling from new construction sites include wood, drywall, vinyl siding, cardboard, paper, plastic, copper, aluminum, scrap metals, carpet pad, concrete, brick, and asphalt.

For more information on green products, services, and resources available at Henry Poor Lumber Co., call Jim Andrew (765) 474-1388 or e-mail at jaahplc@henrypoor.com.

These websites have additional Green Ideas:  U.S Green Building Council, www.usgbc.com; and The Green Home Guide, www.greenhomeguide.org

Download the informational PDF Environmental-recycling-inc.pdf