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Maine Wood Heat’s Newest Open-Concept Mobile Pizza Oven

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Maine Wood Heat’s Newest Open-Concept Mobile Pizza Oven

We thought we’d upload a few simple videos to illustrate the simplicity and convenience of our favorite features. We’re excited to break things in during a couple local benefits during the next 2 months. The doors are always open here at Maine Wood Heat.

If you have the urge to come and play, we’ll happily be taste testers!

Check out the full set of images in our Mobile Oven Gallery.

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Cottage Heaters: Impressive yet petite

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Cottage Heaters:  Impressive yet petite

As the economy slowly claws its way back to something resembling its former self, interested masonry heater clients are beginning to redefine themselves.  We’re fielding less questions about house plans and more questions like:   How can I convert my existing fireplace into something more efficient?   How can I do more with less?

More and more, we’re hearing from ...

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Signature Copper Oven Shines in the Heart of Wine Country

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With a new Maine Wood Heat Signature Le Panyol oven in the heart of Wine country, word is sure to spread fast about Medlock Ames’ gleaming addition to their newly opened tasting room.

Le Panyol Wood Fired Oven at Sonoma Vallery Winery

Located at 3487 Alexander Valley Road, in Healdsburg in the old Alexander Valley ...

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Three Heaters Indeed!!! Part 2

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We arrived first, around 6:00 pm. Nancy’s drive was long and dark under the veiled night sky. The house, once entirely out in the open, was now fully concealed by trees and shrubs that Nancy had painstakingly planted and cared for over the last 26 years. The inside of the house smelled wonderful as dinner was nearly ready. We unpacked our things ...

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Three Heaters Indeed!!! Part 1

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After more than a year of intense planning and delays my most recent Finnish fireplace installation proved to be well worth the wait.  Our paths first crossed with Nancy Pearson in 1982 when Albie was installing a basic contraflow heater a couple towns away from where Nancy and her husband had plans to build their new timberframe home.Continue Reading →

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