New standards make today’s home fireplace units much more efficient

New standards make today’s home fireplace units much more efficient

Teague Barto, right, and Clayton Chowning of Endless Energy Systems install a natural gas fireplace in a Durango home.
Frank Waggoner, owner and president of Endless Energy Systems, wheels in a new gas insert being installed in a Durango home Monday. Waggoner says many of his products use catalytic combustion systems now to meet federal emission standards.
Flames on a newly installed gas insert fireplace.
Frank Waggoner, owner and president of Endless Energy Systems, hands exhaust and intake piping to Teague Barto on the roof of a home where they were installing a fireplace in Durango.

New standards make today’s home fireplace units much more efficient

Teague Barto, right, and Clayton Chowning of Endless Energy Systems install a natural gas fireplace in a Durango home.
Frank Waggoner, owner and president of Endless Energy Systems, wheels in a new gas insert being installed in a Durango home Monday. Waggoner says many of his products use catalytic combustion systems now to meet federal emission standards.
Flames on a newly installed gas insert fireplace.
Frank Waggoner, owner and president of Endless Energy Systems, hands exhaust and intake piping to Teague Barto on the roof of a home where they were installing a fireplace in Durango.
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