January 22, 2020

The True Cost of Electrification

We are seeing an increasing number of jurisdictions seriously talking about converting their communities to all-electric homes. These efforts are failing to consider key issues. 1. Many communities re...

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January 08, 2020

The No-Nonsense Take on the Biomass Stove Tax Credit

After the flurry of legislative activity before the holidays in between family obligations, service calls, and taking care of business, you may be asking yourself: what just happened? Fear not, you ar...

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December 09, 2019

NJ Master Hearth Specialist Bill - From small mistakes we can achieve great things. But it does take time.

Back in 2007, Governor Corzine signed into law the “HVACR Licensing Law.” When it was proposed, most hearth professionals didn’t see anything in the bill that would impact the hearth...

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November 20, 2019

Congress: What is it good for?

Would you want to work for a company that had a 25 percent public favorability rating? Well, that’s what today’s current and future congressional staffers and Members of Congress face when...

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October 31, 2019

Home is Where the Heart is, or did you mean Hearth?

Imagine for a moment the vibrant orange flames, the soothing sound of the crackling fire, and the warmth that begins to surround the home. That is what it means to have a hearth in the center of your ...

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October 10, 2019

Top 10 Reasons to Go to HPBExpo 2020 in New Orleans!

Be the first retailer in your area to see the latest and greatest products hitting the market and available to purchase.   See the trends up close and personal. Simplify the buying proc...

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September 30, 2019

Your Fireplace in the Fall

Some people love the change of the seasons as the leaves turn and the nights get colder. Some people dread the upcoming snow and dreary days. Whichever group you fall into, this is the time of year to...

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September 16, 2019

I’ve seen the future…and it’s cold. Very cold.

Last month the city council of Berkeley, California voted unanimously to ban natural gas piping in new residential construction in their community in an effort to decrease the town’s carbon foot...

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