The Harmaja is perfect for areas that homeowners would like to warm up very quickly, while also enjoying a comfortable heat for up to 16 hours, so you don’t wake up cold.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 01, 2012
Imagine setting a blazing fire in the evening, relaxing in front of your fireplace, then turning in for bed free of worries about the flames. Best of all, you snuggle in for a cozy night’s sleep and never wake up cold.
It’s no longer a dream. Tulikivi, the world’s largest manufacturer of heat-retaining fireplaces, will introduce its popular Harmaja (har MY ah) soapstone fireplace in North America and Canada, the company announced today. The product extension of Tulikivi’s soapstone fireplace line will be introduced at the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association Expo this week in Atlanta.
“This is a real innovation in heating technology, combining convection with radiant heat.” said Jeremy Johnson, Tulikivi’s marketing and sales manager for North America. “The Harmaja provides the quick-release heat of a wood stove, with the warmth and long-lasting radiant heat storage only a masonry heater can provide.”
“The Harmaja is perfect for areas that homeowners would like to warm up very quickly, while also enjoying a comfortable heat for up to 16 hours, so you don’t wake up cold” adds Johnson.
Plus, the Harmaja functions as a versatile stove and oven. Its unique cooking rack lets you take advantage of high heat to flame broil everything from burgers to brats, while you can utilize its thermal heat for slow roasting meats, vegetables and stews.
It’s eco-friendly, too. Coals burn hot and complete, ensuring low emissions.
The Harmaja further cements Tulikivi’s reputation for elegance, sustainability and unparalleled quality in design and materials. As is standard, the Harmaja unit is made of hand-cut Finnish soapstone, features durable doors and finishes, and comes with a five-year warranty.
From the dealer perspective, Tulikivi predicts the Harmaja will be a welcome addition to their showroom portfolio. “The ease of set-up and attractive price point will allow many hearth shops to offer this masonry heater as an alternative to conventional wood stoves,” notes Johnson. “The Harmaja really offers the best of both worlds: a luxurious, multi-faceted heat source as well as a versatile cooking tool.”
Tulikivi, headquartered in Juuka, Finland, is the world’s largest manufacturer of heat-retaining fireplaces, exporting over half of its output to Europe and North America. The company’s complete range of fireplaces, consisting of more than 60 models, is considered among the cleanest wood-burning fireplaces in the world. Tulikivi has six production plants and employs over 400 people. For more information about Tulikivi, please visit http://www.tulikivi.com or follow them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Tulikivi