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January 24, 2013 2:05 PM CST

The ComfortGeni

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The ComfortGeni model Geni 6xr is a through-wall fan that increases airflow from room to room or level to level, enabling building or home owners to enjoy the warmth from their fireplace or pellet stove in any room.

With more than one-third of American homes using fireplaces as their primary heat source, it’s important for home owners to ensure their appliances are ready for the fall and winter seasons. Because the Geni 6xr is a through-wall fan, most homeowners will require the expertise of a contractor for installation.

This new product also is not limited to residential use, and can be used in conjunction with any fireplace or HVAC system anywhere. The ComfortGeni is also eco-friendly and energy efficient. It has a built-in temperature sensor that automatically will shut the fan off when the source air temperature from a fireplace or wood stove is insufficient to create the desired temperature in the desired room.

For more information, visit www.comfortgeni.com.

Originally published in Masonry magazine.


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