Archive for the ‘Outdoor Pizza Ovens/ Fireplaces/ Firepits/ Chimineas/ Graber Grills’ Category

Backyard BBQ Weekend Sale

Don’t miss out on these great sales this weekend. Friday and Saturday Only!BBQ Weekend Sale Sheet

Posted on: May 19th, 2015 by admin | Comments Off

Fall Fire Fling 2014

Fall Fire Fling

Anything to do with fire!

September 8 – October 4

Firepits, Torches, RCS Grills, Big Green Eggs, Outdoor Flames, Chimineas, Pizza Ovens, and more!

NOTICE: This Sale does not apply to EcoBlaze Wood Pellets.

Posted on: September 3rd, 2014 by admin | Comments Off

Weekly Special ~ Week of June 9

~Weekly Special~

for Father’s Day

June 9-14

$10 off Graber Grills or Free Graber Grill with a Fire Pit Kit Purchase!


Click here to see our firepit kits.

Register to win a free Graber Grill!

Posted on: June 9th, 2014 by admin | Comments Off

Hearth and Home

Hearth and Home

-Ep Henry blog

It cannot be argued, there’s just something spectacular about backyards that have a fire feature. Family and friends have been gathering around camp fires and fire pits for years, and homeowners are taking their outdoor spaces up a notch by incorporating custom outdoor fireplaces into their landscape designs.

Outdoor fireplaces are easily integrated into both covered (roofed) and open space patios. Taking a cue from interior spaces, designers and homeowners use these as the focal point, and the furniture selection and layout are used to create a high-end lodge look-and-feel.

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Creating Your Dream Outdoor Fire Place

These days, it’s faster than ever to enjoy these backyard beauties.  Modern modular systems come in a variety of sizes and can be used in both a smaller or larger backyard.  Several configurations, along with both short and tall chimney options, allow homeowners to choose a design that works within allotted space and aesthetic.

An outdoor fireplace can easily be incorporated into a pre-existing patio. When doing so, choose a complementary stone finish so that it becomes part of your overall design, but becomes a distinctive Hardscaping™.  feature.

Once your modular outdoor fireplace is installed it is further customized by applying a stone veneer of your choice.  Stone veneer is a manufactured stone application. Cast using actual quarried stone, stone veneer is quicker to install, lighter in weight, and lower is cost. Homeowners have their choice of stone finishes that include Pennsylvania Field Stone, Ledgestone, River Rock, Brick and more. These finishes are further customized by selecting colors with names such as Aspen, Mesa Verde, Chestnut Hill and Champagne.  Tip:  Look for a single source manufacturer for Hardscaping™. They can provide pavers, seat and retaining walls plus the veneer stone, in colors and textures that are specifically created to complement each other. This attention to detail is what makes the outdoor “room” and outdoor “wow”.

Now You’re Cookin’!

What better way to enjoy your new backyard than to have your very own rustic pizza oven?  These ovens reach temperatures up to 700 degrees, so they can be used to cook chicken, vegetables, bake bread and other favorite recipes.

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A Wise Investment

While most homeowners know that by updating their kitchen or by adding a bathroom will always pay off, most are unaware of the return on a landscaping investment.  In a 2013 report released by Real Estate via the Herald Tribune, the value of a home can increase by 20% when homeowners focus on landscaping. Aside from the well-known curb appeal aspect, paved walkways, patios, flowers and shrubs in your front and backyard will not only increase your home’s value, they are an excellent way to create a “must have” home for prospective buyers.

The timeless addition of an outdoor fireplace is sure to warm your home and will be enjoyed by all for years to come.

Check out our fireplaces and pizza ovens.

Posted on: June 9th, 2014 by admin | Comments Off

DIY Project-Matt Zunich

One of our loyal customers, Matt Zunich from Portage, PA, opens up his backyard to show how a backyard can be transformed into a beautiful retreat and entertainment area. The amazing part is that he did this all with his own two hands! Matt, you did a great job. Thanks for your business.

This is a Firerock fireplace covered with EP Henry Adirondack Ledgestone. Mr. Zunich added woodboxes to the side with Techo-bloc York cap.

This outdoor kitchen is constructed with a Junior Series RCS grill, an Eldorado kitchen box, and EP Henry Adirondack Ledgestone, matching the fireplace.

This raised patio has a Old Towne Cobble Circle Kit for the patio, with double sided Imperial Wall.

Watch the video below to see the entire project and hear his comments.

This summer Mr. Zunich added another component to his backyard retreat-a pondless waterfall. Once again he did it from start to finish with his own hard work and ingenuity! Check out the pictures.

Posted on: August 22nd, 2013 by admin | Comments Off

Create a Perfect Paradise – with a Fire Pit

The following article is shared from EP Henry’s blog:

Among the most common requests we get at EP Henry is for some kind of fire feature for the yard. Everyone loves how huddling around a fire can extend your outdoor time into the chilly fall or early spring nights. We discussed EP Henry’s fire pit kits in a recent blog, which can be put together by a handy homeowner or a contractor. We also work with customers who want to go even more extravagant, and install a full-fledged outdoor fireplace.  While it may sound like the ultimate in luxury, there are solutions to make an outdoor fireplace more affordable.

So which is right for you – a fire pit or a fireplace?

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There are several things to consider before you get started. Your design will depend upon your goals: do you want a cozy place to gather with small groups or a setting that accommodates a larger party? Do you want the fire to be the center of attention in your outdoor space? What will you use your fireplace or fire pit for? If you are hoping to do some cooking, there are ways to build a fireplace so it can also serve as a barbecue or pizza oven, but these designs are usually complex and significantly more expensive.

Another decision is whether you want to use wood or gas to fuel your fires.  A fire pit or wood-burning hearth offers the sights, sounds, and smells of a natural fire, but also produces smoke, so a chimney is required.  Obviously, you also need to supply the wood.  In addition, a wood-burning unit will likely require a permit from your local government, which will dictate setback restrictions and other design considerations, and necessitate an inspection once the construction is complete. With a gas fireplace, there is less maintenance, but you do need to arrange for the hearth to be safely connected to an existing gas line. Gas fireplaces do not normally need a construction permit.

If you decide to go with a full-fledged fireplace, one way save some money is to construct it out of concrete block, then cover it with a veneer for a natural look.  EP Henry’s Cast Veneer Stone looks so natural that many people can’t tell the difference from the real thing, and it comes in a variety of natural stones, from Pennsylvania Field Stone and River Rock to Split Rock and Cut Stone. We’ve also developed beautiful brick colors and textures for a more traditional feeling.

Our selection of firepits consists of varied shapes and sizes, designed to be the perfect addition and easy installation in your back yard. Click here to see some of the options on our website, or give us a call at 814-696-1920 and we will be happy to help you. 

Posted on: July 10th, 2013 by admin | Comments Off
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