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Lennox Hearth Products

When I think of Lennox Hearth Products, I think of big heating and air conditioning units. This is technically the hearth operation of the larger Lennox Corporation. Over the years, they've gathered many other brands and labels underneath this banner. They are still based in Nashville, TN with the base company.

Whitfield is probably the most well-known of the Lennox brands. They acquired the brand in the late 1980s from the founder and went on to expand and develop the line. They are primary pellet heating products.

They also bought the old Country Stoves brand in 2006, which they then renamed to the Country Collection.

One of the main innovations they have brought to the market is their Burn Smart technology. Only a select group of their stoves and inserts are able to meet these stringent rules. It must be high efficiency and low emissions. It also must meet at least one of the following certifications: EPA, LEED, and NAHB. The Burn Smart technology sounds good, but in reality, stove need to be EPA certified anyways, so I'm not sure what the big push is, other than for marketing. In any case, its a good label to look for if you are concentrating on more efficient heaters.

A bigger deal, at least to me, is that many of their products have a Good Housekeeping seal of approval. This is a warranty and guarantee offered by the magazine itself against issues for the first two years. While Lennox does offer a warranty, its nice to have an additional backup in case



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