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Broilmaster has been manufacturing Premium Gas Grills since 1966. Today, Broilmaster offers models with multi-level cooking grids, separate burner controls, stainless steel griddles, and the company’s exclusive Smoker Shutter – which doubles the grill’s versatility by allowing backyard chefs to slow roast and smoke game, poultry, and other large cuts.
Broilmaster offers more cooking configurations than your kitchen stove – including searing, grilling, broiling, smoking, slow roasting, indirect cooking, and even baking. Add a side burner and you can also count sauté, boil, deep fry, simmer and reduction among your culinary vocabulary.
Broilmaster Premium Grills
Almost three decades ago in a welding shop in North Carolina, Brad Holland changed grilling forever. As with all grills, Brad struggled with the hassle of flare-up and how to keep food from catching fire. After 12 years of hard work and extensive testing Brad solved the problem. Grilling enthusiasts and professional caterers have been enjoying the "Holland System" in backyards, on patios, in campgrounds and tailgate parties since 1988. The "Holland System" is a patented, ingenious system of heat control guards and a sizzle tray that prevent flare-ups. Simply close the lid and cook by time. Flare-ups have been eliminated, and best of all, it's guaranteed! Grill, steam, or smoke and bake on your new Holland Grill today!
Choose from: The Apex, The Epic, The Freedom, The Independence, The Liberty
Holland Gas Grills
Empire Heating Systems
Empire offers a full line of direct-vent, vent-free, power vented, and vented heaters in sizes to warm almost any room.
UltraSaver90Plus Power-Vented Wall Furnace - At 92% AFUE, the UltraSaver90Plus is the most efficient wall furnace available. This clean, modern cabinet fits any décor. Choose 35,000 or 17,500 Btu.
Vent-Free systems draw room air to support combustion in a clean burning blue-flame or radiant-plaque system. Rated at 99.9 percent efficient, vent-free heaters release nearly all of the available heat energy into the room.
To ensure safe operation, all vent-free systems include an Oxygen Depletion Sensor (ODS) to automatically turn off the heater if room oxygen level drops to an unsafe level.
Vent-free systems are designed to provide supplemental heat and may not be used as a primary heat source.
Vent-Free Room Heaters
Direct-Vent systems mount on an outside wall and have a vent-within-a-vent system to draw in outdoor air to support combustion and exhaust flue products to the outdoors. The vent cap installs on the outside wall of the home. Because they do not draw your already-heated room air to support combustion, Direct-Vent systems are among the most efficient of the vented heaters. A Direct-Vent system may be installed as your home’s primary heating system.
Direct-Vent Wall Furnaces
Vented zone heating systems use room air to support combustion and exhaust their flue products to the outdoors via a single pipe.
Mounts anywhere you have access to an existing flue or where you can install a vent run through the roof. A vented zone heating system makes an excellent replacement for an inefficient oil or wood stove.
Vented zone heating systems may be installed as the primary heating system.
Vented Zone Heating Systems
White Mountain Hearth
Empire manufactures White Mountain Hearth indoor and outdoor fireplaces, inserts, logs & burners, cast iron stoves, and mantels at the company’s two manufacturing facilities in Belleville, Illinois, just outside of St. Louis.
The Breckenridge Vent-Free Fireboxes offer a variety of sizes and configurations. Available in louvered and flush front, the Breckenridge Deluxe and the deeper Premium models present the updated look of a traditional recirculating firebox.
White Mountain Hearth offers mantels to customize the look of your firebox. Click here for more information on mantels.
Breckenridge Vent-Free Fireboxes
A Direct-Vent system uses two vent pipes. One draws air in from outdoors to support combustion. The other exhausts the by-products of combustion to the outside. The two vent pipes may be concentric (exhaust pipe within a larger diameter intake pipe) or co-linear (separate pipes of about the same size).
Combustion takes place inside a sealed chamber – with a glass front in the case of a fireplace. Room air circulates around the combustion chamber, often assisted by a blower, to heat the room.
A DV system is often installed along an outside wall to simplify the vent run, but can also be installed elsewhere in the home and vented through the roof.
Good efficiency – 60 to 80% Good heat output with thermal transfer through the glass and air circulation Separates room air from combustion air May be used as primary heat source Can operate with a remote or thermostat Most systems can provide life-saving heat during a winter power outage Choose fireplace, insert, cast iron stove, or heater