Dyna-Glo barbecue grills and smokers are manufactured by GHP Group, Inc. The Dyna-Glo brand offers products for home and industrial use. Other brands provided by GHP Group are Pleasant Hearth and Thermoheat.
Dyna-Glo heaters are made by GHP Group, Inc. in Niles, IL. The company has been in business since 2003 and per their website, they have over 100 years experience manufacturing heaters, electric fireplaces, grills and accessories for their product line.
As of 2015, there are numerous retailers that sell Dyna-Glo heaters online, including Wal-Mart, Tractor Supply, Amazon and The Home Depot. Dyna-Glo manufactures a wide range of different styles of heaters, including propane tank top, gas forced air, kerosene forced air, gas convection and gas radian
The Dyna-Glo gas grill generally receives very positive reviews. The grill has an overall rating of 3.9 out of 5 stars on Amazon and is rated as one of the best BBQ grills by BestReviews.com as of 2015.
To light a Dyna Glo propane heater, assemble the heater, connect it to a propane supply system, open the propane supply valve, and light the burner or pilot light. To stop the heater, close the valve on the propane supply, and turn off the control knob or main burner valve.
Dyna-Glo carries both indoor and outdoor heaters. Models include liquid propane, convection kerosene, radiant kerosene and natural gas heaters. Power levels range from about 10,000 to 300,000 BTUs.
Dyno-Glo kerosene heaters come pre-assembled and are ready to use right out of the box. Dyno-Glo kerosene heaters have a push button ignition switch that requires batteries, which are typically included.
Authorized dealers sell Heat & Glo products, and shoppers can view area dealers by visiting HeatNGlo.com, hovering over the Where To Buy tab, completing the search form and clicking the Search tab. The search results display the name and contact information for each dealer that meets the search crit
DYNA Products firewood processors work by lifting logs, cutting them into smaller sections and splitting the sections into stove-sized pieces of firewood. These processors are designed for commercial use, but other manufacturers make smaller wood processors for families and small businesses.
Heat and Glo has generally favorable reviews online. As of 2015, Houzz reviews average around five stars, whereas Amazon reviews average from 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 stars.