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Wittus and hearth products deliver high performance and durability that let you capture fire's full potential as a clean energy source and a visual asset in your home.

Some of the different materials used for fenders are aluminum, brass, wrought iron, and cast iron. Each of these materials provide a great unique look that will add beauty and charm to your Wittus fireplace. You will also find that they come in a variety of beautiful finishes as well.

A Wittus fireplace just isn't for show, you know. You can use a Wittus fireplace to heat your entire house. A Wittus fireplace can heat up to 1600 square feet in your home. That means if you have a 3200 sq. ft. home it heats half of it. Most people's houses these days range between 1500-3000 sq. ft. and up, so if your Wittus fireplace can heat 3200 sq. ft. that's fantastic.

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A note about purchasing Wittus fireplace

If you are interested in purchasing this fireplace, take a few things into consideration. First of all - how long of a warranty period are you looking for? If you are looking for a fireplace that has a long manufacturer's warranty, then be sure you know what warranty period the fireplace you are buying has, before you buy it. Some fireplaces only have a one year manufacturer's warranty, meanwhile others may have a 5 or 10 year warranty. Some may even have a 20 year warranty or a lifetime warranty.

How to redeem a manufacturer's warranty for Wittus

Unfortunately we cannot help you to redeem a manufacturer's warranty on your fireplace. The only way to do this really is to talk to the manufacturer itself. We cannot do this for you. When you talk to the manufacturer, they may ask you for identifying numbers and the like from your fireplace. This could include serial numbers or other. Using these identifiers, the customer service reps will look up your fireplace and warranty to determine if it's under warranty or not.