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Electric Fireplaces from Travis Industries

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We are pleased to present this information on electric fireplaces, as shown and described by Travis Industries on products that can help to make your home more comfortable. Because we have not tested this product, we are unable to endorse it or provide you with any additional information.

Fireplace Xtrordinair, Avalon and Lopi now offer electric fireplaces. These three brands from Travis Industries each provide a realistic-looking flame and appearance options.

Their expansive fire-viewing areas reveal realistic dancing flames, glowing beds of embers, and hand-crafted log sets.

Brick fireback accents, custom cabinets, and a large selection of face designs Electric Fireplaces from Travis Industriesprovide elegant options.

Each model plugs into a standard 110-volt wall outlet, requires no venting ducts, and comes ready for within-wall installations. Designed for consumers not wanting to deal with gas, wood, or pellet fireplaces, or who simply do not have access to a chimney system, electric fireplaces add ambiance and heat and are easily transportable. Each model puts out 5,000 BTUs of heat for up to 400 sq. ft.of space.

All Travis-branded electric fireplaces include an air treatment system that circulates and cleans air of an average-sized room four times an hour. The washable filter operates with or without heat, so it can be used simply to filter allergens.

All electric fireplaces from Travis Industries-House of Fire come with a 7-year warranty. For more information visit: www.travisproducts.com. (04/30/08)

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