The Heat Surge Amish heater is an electric fireplace built into a wood mantle. The mantle is handcrafted in Ohio by members of the largest Amish community in the country. More »

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The Heat Surge, also referred to as the Amish fireplace heater, can be purchased from a number of stores. The official website features a locator tool that can be used to find local stores. More »

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The primary benefit of an Amish heater is the attractive appearance of the wood mantel and realistic-looking flame. Otherwise, it is fairly similar in terms of heating output and electrical usage when compared to other s... More »

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The biggest complaint about Amish fireplaces is false advertising by its parent company Heat Surge, as noted by ConsumerAffairs. In its advertising, the company uses photographs of Amish people using the product in their... More »

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Because of exaggerated claims and false advertising, Consumer Affairs states that the Amish Fireplace made by Heat Surge is not worth the purchase. The company claims that the portable heater is free, but it charges for ... More »

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The Heat Surge, also referred to as the Amish fireplace heater, can be purchased from a number of stores. The official website features a locator tool that can be used to find local stores. More »

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The only Allen and Roth electric fireplace available at Lowe's as of January 2016 is a wood and metal traditional cabinet fireplace that can double as an entertainment center. The 5120-BTU fireplace measures 40.5 inches ... More »

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