Napoleon Fireplaces and Fire Pits

Napoleon Fireplaces started their history in 1976 as Wolf Steel out of Barrie, Ontario, Canada. Wolf Steel started by manufacturing steel railings.
Nowadays Napoleon Fireplaces are one of the leading brand names of hearth products in the world, including outstanding gas grills and some of the most innovative fireplace technology in North America.

The company has over 400 employees and half a million square feet of manufacturing space. Moreover, the company has several certifications for its products and is a leader in many areas in which it competes.

In 1981, the company developed its first wood stove product that was well-received in the marketplace. Later, Napoleon moved into gas stoves and fireplace products.

Napoleon offers a full line of fireplaces that include gas, electric, and wood fuel types. The company also makes a range of inserts for wood burning, gas, and electric fireplaces also makes gas logs. For decor, the company produces mantles to complement the fireplaces and has additional accessories. Napoleon has a large array of stove options.

These include pellet stoves, oil stoves, wood burning stoves and gas stoves. In addition, Napoleon also makes outdoor fireplaces, patio heaters, and that is essentially a fire pit called Patioflame. Napoleon’s commitment to producing quality products combined with honest, reliable service has proven to be a successful framework to ensuring the continued rapid growth of the company.

B36DFN Direct Vent Deep Firebox Gas Fireplace

B36DF Napoleon Direct Vent Fireplace

B36DF Napoleon Direct Vent Fireplace

The B36DFN Direct Vent Deep Firebox Gas Fireplace includes many design options for your home decor as well as PHAZER logs, a 20-inch firebox and automatic gas shut-off to ensure that your home remains safe.

GVF40 Vent-free Gas Fireplace

The GVF40 Vent-free Gas Fireplace offers you up to 30,000 BTUs/hr of heat and an oxygen depletion sensor. The GVF40 also gives you a four-sided viewing area option with many design elements that will accent any room, traditional or modern. 1

150P Wood Gourmet Cook Stove

The 1150P Wood Gourmet Cook Stove provides a stainless steel gasket with removable hot plate and pot fenders. With two options for design, the classic cook stove also provides wood storage inside and a refractory lined firebox.

OS10 Oil Burning Stove

Napoleon distributes several oil stoves under the name Franco Belge Oil Stoves. The 0S10 Oil Burning Stove is a cast-iron oil stove that’s carbon free and provides efficient room heating with a Cristallis vaporizer burner. The GPF Patio Flame Outdoor Campfire Fireplace has radiating heat that can warm up any outside gathering. You can build this fireplace on brick, stone, wood or concrete and enjoy up to 60,000 BTUs/hr of heat.

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