HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplaces offer fire pit alternative
January 31, 2017,
NEW YORK – HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplaces offers an alternative to traditional fire pits with an enclosed design and gel cartridge fuel.
The unit runs on single-use, pre-filled gel cartridges to produce a safe, crackling flame without the emission of ashes, odor or smoke. The flame is secured behind a patented top-hinged and keyed locking door with a rigid steel mesh screen to shield children and pets from the flame. Each fireplace unit can be customized based on space, budget and style.
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“If you have a vision, we can craft it for you. Our talented team of designers can help shape the vision for you,” says Arthur Lasky, architect, HearthCabinet.
New York City is one of the most regulatory-restrictive cities for design, and HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplaces are the only ventless fireplaces approved for use there by the NYC Fire Department and the NYC Department of Buildings.
HearthCabinet’s isopropyl alcohol gel cartridges are the clean-burning and can be recycled, making the ventless fireplaces an eco-friendly alternative.
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The design team at HearthCabinet is led by Lasky, a seasoned architect and designer with degrees from Harvard College and Columbia University. HearthCabinet Ventless Fireplaces are featured in prominent establishments such as Google Headquarters, Madison Square Garden, Tavern on the Green, Museum Tower, Trump Place, The Century at 25 Central Park West, 15 Central Park West, The Eldorado, The Puck Building, the Hyatt 48 Lex, The James Hotel, The Surrey Hotel, The Chatwal Hotel and Yotel.
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