SNOWSHOE, WV (February 16, 2009) – When the snow falls on West Virginia’s Snowshoe Mountain ski resort this winter, Country Living magazine’s 2009 House of the Year will stay warm, luxurious and efficient, thanks to the inclusion of several stoves and fireplaces from Lennox Hearth Products (LHP).
Located in Snowshoe’s Sawmill Village – West Virginia’s only housing development committed entirely to ENERGY STAR® performance guidelines – the 2009 House of the Year was built to support the eco-conscious initiative. At the request of Country Living magazine editors, LHP has provided four systems for use in the home, including:
“We’re committed to helping homeowners improve their environments, both inside and out, with stoves and fireplaces that meet clean-air guidelines and provide efficient, effective heating,” said Stacy Zar, LHP Marketing Specialist. “We’re delighted that the Country Living editors selected Lennox Hearth Products for their 2009 House of the Year.”
The Country Living 2009 House of the Year will be open for tours on weekends between August 22 and October 26. Admission is $5 and proceeds benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The home is located at Sawmill Village, 19 Meadows Drive, Snowshoe, West Virginia. More information on the development is available at www.sawmillvillage.com.
Offering a diverse family of products for every style and budget, Lennox Hearth Products (LHP) is a leading manufacturer of indoor and outdoor fireplaces, fireplace inserts, free-standing stoves, gas log sets, accessories and venting products for the specialty retail, residential new construction and industrial markets. LHP, based in Orange, California, is a subsidiary of Lennox International Inc., which operates in over 100 countries and is a global leader in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration markets. More information about LHP can be found at www.lennox.com.