Heaters & Fireplaces


Our infrared heaters and fireplaces provide a safe, clean source of heat for your home, and the breathtakingly beautiful wood finishes made with meticulous craftsmanship makes our fireplaces the perfect addition to your home.


Skip the costly heating bill and get an infrared heater that warms up only the parts of the house that you and your family stay in.

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Infrared heaters don’t produce flames, fumes or carbon monoxide emissions in your household. Along with not drying out the air around you, infrared heaters are the safest heating option for you and your family.


Infrared heaters convert electrical power into therapeutic infrared heat, and it equally distributes heat throughout an entire room.  If you’re also looking for the economically best option, then an infrared heater is going to be your best friend.

  • Heat Surge Mini Glo Efficiency Plus

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Amish Infrared Heaters and Fireplace Questions from Salt Lake City

Q: How do zone furnaces or Heat Surge Amish fireplaces save money?

A: Our heaters use less energy to create heat which means you can get warm faster and not receive a hefty heating bill.
Each one of the portable infrared and fireplace heaters easily rolls from room to room, so you can take the heat anywhere you desire. Here’s an acute breakdown of your savings:
For every degree you turn down your thermostat for 8 hours, you will save 1% on your monthly heating bill.
Take it down 5 degrees for 24 hours, and you can save up to 15% for that day!

Q: Where are you heaters most often used?

A: Wherever you’re cold in your house, you can put our energy-efficient infrared heaters.

Q: Are these heaters safe?

A: These heaters have neither flames nor fumes — automatically making them safer than most other home-heating systems. Safe and clean, these infrared heating elements provide both energy and turbines to circulate the air and simultaneously warm the entire room, without risk of burn or fume inhalation.

Service Areas

Utah and Colorado get cold in the winter, but that doesn’t mean you have to suffer in a cold home. If you want to stay warm this winter and don’t want to burn a hole through your wallet, then consider purchasing an infrared heater at any one of our Utah or Colorado locations:

  • Arvada
  • Colorado Springs
  • Fort Collins
  • Thornton