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Hearth and Home Technologies Acquires Big Woods/Stellar

Friday, September 21, 2018

Hearth and Home Technologies announced the acquisition of Big Woods/Stellar, a leading manufacturer of premium linear and custom gas fireplaces.

Big Woods/Stellar is a Minnesota-based company, located in Prior Lake, Minnesota. With a proven track record of innovation, their award‐winning engineering team offers decades of collective experience. They have been recognized throughout the hearth industry with many awards for best‐in‐class new product introductions that reflect the artistry and innovation of Big Woods/Stellar.

In addition to a premium gas fireplace offering, their custom fireplace division differentiates itself by taking a concept from an architect, builder, or homeowner and bringing the concept to life with a unique custom fireplace.

“Today, Big Woods/Stellar is a market leader in the premium linear and custom gas fireplace market. This strategic investment provides Hearth and Home Technologies with added engineering expertise and knowledge of the premium linear and custom gas fireplace markets. Overall, it will help Hearth and Home Technologies deepen its knowledge of these categories and to expand our product offering to provide products that consumers want,” said VP Berger, president of Hearth and Home Technologies.

About Hearth and Home Technologies:

Hearth and Home Technologies (HHT), headquartered in Lakeville, Minnesota, is the leading manufacturer of fireplaces, stoves and inserts. The company thrives on continual innovation and carries the industry's best and most-recognized brands, including Heat & Glo, Heatilator, Quadra-Fire, Harman, Majestic, Monessen, Vermont Castings, Outdoor Lifestyles, SimpliFire, WoodPro and PelPro. HHT also manages Fireside Hearth & Home retail stores and builder design centers.

Hearth and Home Technologies
(952) 985-6533
mediainfo@hearthnhome.com
www.hearthnhome.com

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