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We believe reducing paper is a practical and easy way to promote everyday green living. You can order using our Build Your Spark tool or call 203-791-2725 to speak with an associate. All Spark products are energy-efficient and designed to “burn clean,” eliminating nearly all carbon monoxide or soot. We are proud to be a member of The Unites States Green Building Council, a non-profit community of leaders working to make sustainable building technologies accessible to everyone.

Giving back is a part of responsible community involvement. We are committed to playing a positive role in the design community, by promoting green building and efficiently-burning technology wherever we can. Spark is the fireplace of choice at The Margarido House in Oakland, California, the first LEED platinum property in the state. It’s designed top-to-bottom with green strategies in mind, and features impressive energy efficiency that exceeds California’s tough title 24 standards by 55%. Two Spark Direct Vent fireplaces contributed 4 points to the 127 total required.

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