Q&A Heatilator

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Nov 27, 2012

I have a 25 year old colonial in upstate NY and it has a large heatilator insert installed in the living room. This thing is great! The sealer gasket is almost totally gone and one of the glass panes has a hole in it but still it produces enough heat to heat my entire house (2000 SQ Ft). My question is: I would like to replace the doors with glass ones but try though I may, I cannot locate an address or phone no. (or web site??) for Heatilator. Are they out of busiess? can you help me?


Heatilator is still alive and well.

1915 West Saunders Street

Mt Pleasant, IA 52641


Link: Heatilator Web Site
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