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Empire Comfort Systems
White Mountain Hearth Fireplaces & More
Empire Comfort Systems (White Mountain Hearth) has been owned by the Bauer family since 1932 and has had multiple generations of other families working at their manufacturing facilities in Belleville, Illinois over the years. Empire Comfort Systems is still family-owned by the 4th generation of Bauers.Read More
Empire Cast Iron Stove
Empire Comfort Systems manufactures a number of cast iron stoves, including Vent-free Spirit Stoves and Direct-vent Spirit Stoves. The Vent-free Spirit Stoves use precision-port technology, which allows them to produce their entrancing flames.
Their ceramic fiber log set is hand-painted and looks just like the real thing when combined with their glowing embers. Installation is quick and easy thanks to the vent-free design. A 10,000 BTU model is available for customers who want a cast iron stove directly in their bedroom. Perfect for those chilly winter evenings.
Their Direct-vent Spirit Stoves use their trademark Slope Glaze Burner System and have a larger ember bed than you’ll find on their other stoves, but they include the same hand-painted ceramic fiber log set. They come in 20,000 BTU and 30,000 BTU options.
Empire Comfort Systems and their subsidiary company Empire Heating Systems has a number of wall furnaces and console heaters that are incredibly efficient, especially compared to their competitors. They have both vent-free, direct-vent, and vented models, depending on your needs.
They’re excellent replacements for inefficient oil or wood stoves and can be installed on the wall or on the floor, depending on your preference. Depending on the size of your home, they can be used as your primary heat source.
Their vent-free room heaters come in both infrared and blue flame models, both of which are 99.9% efficient. All of these models come with an Oxygen Depletion Sensor (ODS) that cause the heaters to turn off automatically if the oxygen levels in your home drop too low.