At Ironhaus we understand the value in burning clean, efficient and healthy. We want you to be able to love your fireplace and love the environment.
Ironhaus Green and Sustainable Products
All Ironhaus Fireplace Doors are Handcrafted and Made in Montana
- Indoor air quality is not affected and compromised by smoke.
- Our direct vent fireplaces are sealed combustion for high efficiency and low emissions.
- The Gallatin and Yellowstone have electronic ignitions, which means no standing pilot so you save money by reducing your fuel consumption.
- The Yellowstone is a direct vent gas fireplace with separate outside combustion air intake and is qualified for LEED “best” rating.
- All of our gas fireplace systems have refractory liners which insulates and helps radiate heat. The Sawtooth B-vent has real firebrick which radiates even more heat.
- Our woodburning fireplace doors are designed with an air invigorator slot that burns the fire cleaner and minimizes particulates common in startup and burn down of wood fireplaces. This makes for a much cleaner environment and prevents excess smoke and poor air quality.
- Our fireplaces are equipped with real firebrick which can radiate up to 20% more heat. The Pioneer woodburning fireplace offers a less expensive option, refractory liners, which also help to insulate and radiate more heat than a steel firebox.
- Wood is sustainable and renewable, especially if you get it locally. Burning wood does not leave a carbon footprint.
- For glass fireplace doors on your fireplace, see some of the benefits below.
Masonry Fireplace Doors
- You may add the draft panel to your masonry fireplace doors. These are designed with an air invigorator slot that burns the fire cleaner and minimizes particulates common in startup and burn down of wood fireplaces. This makes for a much cleaner environment and prevents excess smoke and poor air quality.
- Glass fireplace doors are energy efficient. They keep warm air from escaping up the chimney in the winter and prevents hot air to enter your home in the summer.
- These enclosures are sealed to prevent smoke entering your home and affecting the air quality.
- Glass enclosures are also safer, they keep children and pets from getting too close to the fire and getting burned. The doors will get hot so you should keep them from touching it.
- The doors keep sparks and embers from popping out and possibly starting a fire or burning your carpet
Here are some of Ironhaus’ manufacturing green initiatives to eliminate unnecessary energy usage and excess waste:
- Our facility uses natural light to illuminate our work areas
- Our manufacturing floor is heated hydronically with efficient on-demand systems
- We use natural ventilation and ceiling fans to control temperature in our office, manufacturing, and shipping areas
- Most of our office space and showroom heating is provided by our efficient direct-vent gas fireplaces
- Our final process and shipping areas are heated during the winter months by on demand gas heat effectively reducing carbon emissions by 80% from typical applications
- Our dark-colored metal building, low demand landscaping, and recycled parking lot material show our respect for proper use of materials and natural resources and we encourage others to do the same when possible
- In our processes, we incorporate low waste, kanban, lean manufacturing, low VOC finishes and cleaning products
- We utilize open-air storage for some of our products
- We strive to buy locally to support the local economy
- We will continue to make changes for the better to improve our processes, products, and facility
Ironhaus wants to run an environmentally friendly business and our green initiative extends to packaging and marketing:
- All Ironhaus advertising and marketing materials are printed on certified Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) paper which means it comes from well-managed forests adhering to strict environmental and socio-economic standards. The printing process is 100% wind powered.
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