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Saturday, September 16, 2017

Signs of Autumn

Apple Tree Side Medallion 
When autumn arrives in New England, there is a quintessential appearance to the landscape.  Apples and pumpkins are ready, and waiting to be picked.  The deciduous trees are showing off their coloring skills.  This is a time of great beauty as mother earth prepares for the coming of colder weather.  We are given one final burst of colorful splendor before the countryside turns to gray and white.

In September, signs of autumn are everywhere – even on our Ideal Steel Hybrid wood stove!  September’s Steal of the Month has apple trees, maple leaves, oak leaves, and there is even a pumpkin on our stove this month.  You can bring the beauty of the season into your home with our picturesque gathering of autumnal icons.  Plus, the customizable options of our Ideal Steel Hybrid wood stove allows you to choose copper, green or brown accents.  
Side and Center Burners
Acorn Tool Hanger
Autumn’s arrival brings chilly days and cool crisp nights; nevertheless, your Ideal Steel Hybrid wood stove won’t leave you out in the cold.  Snuggle up to the warmth of the fire while sipping your hot apple cider, or eating your pumpkin pie.  Put a kettle of water on the stove with a bit of cinnamon in it to add a little spice to your life.
Oak Leaf Andirons 

Acorn Tools
Take advantage of our special pricing for this splendid collection of the signs of autumn.  The Steal of the Month is the lowest price offered for the Ideal Steel Hybrid wood stove, fully loaded, with all of the options. But wait - there's more! You also get a free tool set!

Give our factory a call at 800-866-4344, or reserve your stove online using our online reservation form.  Our customer service team is happy to answer any questions you may have about delivery, installation, color options, and accessories.  Don’t wait for winter to arrive at your door.  Call our factory today because Our Steal of the Month will be gone at the end of September, just like the leaves! 

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