Save up to $500 on all Jøtul stoves and fireplace inserts

For a limited time Jøtul is offering up to $200 off all stoves and fireplace inserts.

When purchasing a Jøtul wood stove or wood fireplace insert you can save an additional $300 with the newly enacted Bio Mass Tax Credit. For a total savings of up to $500.

To print our tax certificate please click HERE.

Read more about the tax credit and how to claim it HERE.

IRS form click HERE

Find additional State and local Tax Credits HERE

Promotion ends 04/18/2016

Visit Sierra Hearth & Home for complete details and to purchase your Jotul wood stove or fireplace insert!


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Aquascape Project Showcase – Aqualand

Join Ed Beaulieu of Aquascape on a personalized tour of the signature pond at Aquascape’s headquarters in St. Charles, IL … aka “Aqualand.”

We bet you’ll learn something new about this beautiful feature that was created with the help of more than 250 Certified Aquascape Contractors, including yours truly, Stan & Shirley Hampton of Sierra Hearth & Home in the summer of 2008.

It is an amazing pond!

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Have you ever thought of installing your own pond?

build a water featureAquascape just created a brand new video that takes you through the process, step by step! If you love DIY projects, you’ll love the easy instructions this video provides!

You will see how easy it is to transform your outdoor living space with the Aquascape DIY Backyard Pond Kit! Your pond maintenance is greatly reduced when you use an ecosystem approach to create your garden water feature using an easy-to-install kit.

Watch now!

Sierra Hearth and Home is a Certified Aquascape Contractors.
CAC are the most qualified and informed pond installers in the water gardening industry.

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Alpine County Wood Stove Replacement Program

wood stovesSierra Hearth & Home provides services for wood stove replacement program

By Lisa Isaacs

As published in Ledger Dispatch 12/3/2015

An established Jackson business recently contracted with Alpine County to provide its residents with new heating systems at significant cost savings. Sierra Hearth & Home on Highway 49 is now offering customer services for Alpine County’s Woodstove Replacement Program, available through next summer.

Program funding is limited to a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis. Anyone in Alpine County who would like to replace a wood-burning system (stove or fireplace) with a new, EPA-compliant wood, pellet or gas system is advised to immediately contact a participating business. In addition to Sierra Hearth & Home in Jackson, South Y Fireplace in South Lake Tahoe has also contracted with Alpine County to provide program services.

Available funds were provided through a recent agreement between the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District. As part of the agreement, the allotted funds must be spent on air pollution prevention projects throughout the Air District.

With several hundred thousand dollars between them, District board members from Alpine County, Mono County and the Town of Mammoth Lakes chose to spend their “Environmental Public Benefit Funds” on replacing wood-burning systems with new, much cleaner and more efficient heating systems.

To be eligible for replacement costs, an existing wood-burning system (stove or fireplace) must be located in Alpine County and it must be a building’s main heat source – residential or commercial. Specifically, pre-1990 wood-burning stoves and fireplaces may qualify for $1,500 toward the cost of a new EPA-compliant wood-burning stove or fireplace; or alternatively, $2,000 toward a new pellet or gas system. For wood-burning stoves or fireplaces manufactured and installed after 1990, $2,000 may be available toward the cost of a new and much cleaner-burning pellet or gas heating system.

Subsidized amounts are paid by Alpine County to participating retailers upon install completion, and not to individuals or property owners. Shared costs will be required, with amounts dependent on product selections and specific job needs. All replaced stoves must also be relinquished and new installations permitted by the Alpine County Building Department, including smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors.

For more information, including product selections and installation services, visit Sierra Hearth & Home on Highway 49 in Jackson. Call Shirley Hampton at (209) 223-4007; or South Y Fireplace at the Y in South Lake Tahoe. Call Laray Taylor at (530) 541-6833.

While there are more businesses surrounding Alpine County providing heating supplies and services, Sierra Hearth & Home in Jackson and South Y Fireplace are the only contracted service providers. All other qualified retailers in the region opted out, citing remote location challenges and “enough existing business.”

For more information, contact Alpine County’s Woodstove Replacement Program Administrator at (760) 914-0388.

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tax creditsIf you bought a wood or pellet stove in 2015, or purchase one this year, you are eligible for a $300 FEDERAL TAX CREDIT.

Hearth Patio & Barbecue Association successfully lobbied for an extension of the 25C tax credit.  Any stove that is 75% or higher efficiency (LHV OR HHV) qualifies for the $300 Federal Tax Credit.

Previously this tax credit had expired at the end of 2014.  This is retroactive to January 1 of 2015 and goes through all of 2016.

Any customers that purchased a wood stove from us in 2015 are eligible for this $300 tax credit.

And if you’re looking to purchase a new stove, this is a big extra incentive to do it in 2016.

Please view the following page: www.hpba.

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