Cleaner Air. Less Firewood.
EPA Certified Wood Stoves SAVE
Are you heating your home with an older model wood stove or fireplace insert? Today’s modern EPA-certified wood stoves burn much more efficiently and safely than older, non-certified models. For example, an uncertified stove will release 15 – 30 grams of smoke per hour, while a new EPA-certified stove produces less than 4.5 grams per hour. They produce almost no smoke, minimal ash, and require less firewood.
Sierra Hearth and Home has a large selection of EPA-certified wood stoves on display, and our NFI certified hearth specialists can assist you to find the best stove for your home. Stop by the store to see our showcase of working hearths so you can visualize how it will look and feel in the comfort of your very own home. Check out our online design tool where you can upload a photo of your room and visualize the hearth of your dreams. We offer 0% financing on anything in the store, so take this opportunity to upgrade your hearth, save firewood, and clean the air with a new EPA-certified wood stove.
For more information on emissions limits, types of wood stoves, and tips on finding the right size and model for your room, check out this article on the EPA website: https://www.epa.gov/burnwise/choosing-right-wood-stove.
Amador County is named for José María Amador, a Spanish soldier, rancher, and miner, born in San Francisco in 1794. José María Amador, along with several Native Americans, established a successful gold mining camp near the present town of Amador City in 1848. Some of the Mother Lode’s most successful gold mines were located in Amador County, including the Kennedy, Argonaut, and Keystone.
Meet KYLE CLARK! Kyle recently joined our team as Sales Account Manager. He comes to us with 13 years in the retail and sales industry. Kyle’s first line of duty is customer service. He will greet you with a smile and help you to find the perfect hearth product, fireplace accessory, or gift item. “The customer comes first,” said Kyle. “I enjoy working with people and helping them find what they need. I enjoy building long term relationships with customers.”
Kyle is also responsible for the showroom floor. “The showroom is the first thing a customer sees when they walk in the door, and I strive to keep it neat, organized and fully stocked so they will feel peace and warmth when they enter,” said Kyle.
Kyle will also be spending some time in our community, building relationships with contractors, realtors, and businesses, in an effort to earn their business.
Stop by the store and meet Kyle. He will help you with all of your hearth needs.
We have lots of water garden products. All of them are on SALE 40% OFF, while supplies last.