Heat Surge fireplace with Amish-built mantle earns Good Housekeeping Seal

gh2The Heat Surge Roll-N-Glow™ Fireplace with real-wood Amish mantle, hand-built in Ohio, has earned the prestigious Good Housekeeping Seal. It can only be earned after review and evaluation from the Good Housekeeping Institute.

The Heat Surge fireplace with its patented, UL listed “Fireless Flame” technology has helped people throughout the United States and Canada to save money on their household heating bills. The mantles are crafted in dozens of woodshops by hundreds of hard-working Amish in Ohio who comprise one of the country’s largest Amish populations.

Easily moved from room-to-room, the Heat Surge Roll-N-Glow™ Fireplace works by heating just the rooms you use the most and presents the ambience of real fire without chimneys, vents, flames, fumes, smells, ashes or mess.

“We’re honored to be recognized by the standard-bearer in evaluating product quality,” said David Baker, Vice President of Heat Surge. “We have built a strong following for our Heat Surge Roll-N-Glow Fireplace™ with Ohio Amish-made mantle and are proud of our track record as a quality manufacturer. The Seal, which has been a badge of confidence for consumers since 1909, is yet another sign of our fireplace’s quality and value. When our customers see the Seal, they will be reassured they made a wise decision.”

Headquartered in Canton, Ohio, Heat Surge benefits from the contributions of over 1,000 Associates at Arthur Middleton Capital Holdings, the parent company of Heat Surge, who, along with hundreds of Amish craftsmen in Holmes and Geauga counties, are very proud to have earned the highly-respected Good Housekeeping Seal.

With operations in Plain Township, Jackson Township and the city of Massillon, Heat Surge has shown steady growth and has been a true asset to Northeast Ohio during the current uncertain economic climate.

Heat Surge fireplaces can be purchased by calling 1-866-941-7635 or by visiting http://www.heatsurge.com

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