Wood Fireplaces

Delta Fusion
Delta Fusion
Using technology exclusive to RSF Fireplaces, the Fusion has the first fully automatic fireplace air damper. Now, you have nothing to adjust other than the size of your wood load. Winner of the Hearth & Home 2016 Vesta Award, the Delta Fusion is the newest member of the RSF fireplace family.

Pearl
Pearl
The Pearl is crafted with the perfect combination of refined, yet rustic styling. Advanced wood burning technology restricts smoky emissions and maximizes heat efficiency. Capable of heating 1,500 square feet, the Pearl can be outfitted with an optional Heat Dump blower to ensure your comfort. Unlike a wood stove, excess heat from the fireplace can be drawn to the basement or an adjacent room with the flick of a switch.

Focus 250
Focus 250
The Focus 250 is a truly amazing fireplace. The compact body makes it versatile enough to use as a replacement for an existing fireplace, but the glass viewing space has been maximized. It is also ideal for installations where a raised hearth is desired, especially if the ceiling height is low. The efficiency and heat output are astounding, while the design is both simple and modern. The Focus 250 a contemporary wood burner that’s not to be missed.

Focus 320
Focus 320
The Focus 320 burns with a unique flame that is utterly mesmerizing and the contemporary style door offers the largest viewing space possible. The Focus 320 produces enough heat for the average house, burns overnight, and has low emissions. In addition, the RSF Central Heating Options are compatible, which allows the heat to be spread uniformly throughout the home.

Opel 2 Catalytic
Opel 2 Catalytic
The Opel’s catalyst burns off harmful emissions and increases efficiency when the fire is burning at low temperatures. You get less creosote and more heat from your fire at low to medium burn rates. As a result, less fuel goes up your chimney in the form of smoke.

Opel 2
Opel 2
The Opel is our most popular fireplace. Behind the elegantly shaped double doors of the Opel 2 burns a fire that reflects the traditions of our ancestors. Yet this is no ordinary fire.

Opel 3
Opel 3
The Opel is our most popular fireplace. Behind the elegantly shaped single door of the Opel 3 burns a fire that reflects the traditions of our ancestors. Yet this is no ordinary fire.

Opel 3 Catalytic
Opel 3 Catalytic
The Opel’s catalyst burns off harmful emissions and increases efficiency when the fire is burning at low temperatures. You get less creosote and more heat from your fire at low to medium burn rates. As a result, less fuel goes up your chimney in the form of smoke.

Onyx 2
Onyx 2
Our customers tell us that the Onyx 2 has the most colorful, dynamic flames they have ever seen, the kind of flames which are impossible to duplicate with gas. The Onyx 2 can provide enough heat for the average house, burn overnight, and look great, all at the same time. Patented RSF technology enables the Onyx 2 to burn so cleanly that it is EPA certified to the same standards as the best freestanding wood stoves.

Focus ST
Focus ST
The Focus ST is a contemporary, high efficiency see through fireplace that can be enjoyed from two separate rooms. Each side includes a large glass viewing space and an operational door.

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