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Complete Fire Pits by Fire Garden: Big, Bold, Beautiful Flames

Dreaming of a fully-assembled, weatherproof fire pit that provides cozy warmth year-round? Check out Complete Fire Pits, a new line of fire pits manufactured locally by our friends at Travis Industries.
Customizable Gas Fireplace Insert: 34 DVL Deluxe

Customizable Gas Fireplace Insert: 34 DVL Deluxe

When it comes to gas inserts, you can’t beat the 34 DVL Deluxe Ember-Glo (by Fireplace Xtrordinair). It heats up to 2,000 sq. ft., comes loaded with great features AND provides an array of options for log sets, designer faces, and firebacks.
ProBuilder Series™ of Gas Fireplaces: High-Quality, Economical Heating | Richshome.com

ProBuilder Series™ of Gas Fireplaces: High-Quality, Economical Heating

If you’re looking for an economical gas fireplace that doesn’t compromise on quality or beauty, look no further than the ProBuilder Series™, designed and manufactured locally at Travis Industries. These excellent zone heaters include simple operation systems and optional upgrades.
Kurt Rumens, president of Travis Industries

A Man Who Loves Fire: Kurt Rumens, Founder of Lopi Stoves

It all started when a rock ‘n roll drummer named Kurt Rumens began selling wood stoves so he could pay for gas to drive his band to gigs. Thirty+ years later, Travis Industries is the largest privately-owned wood, pellet and gas stove, insert and fireplace company in America.

Meet the Founder of Lopi Stoves at Rich’s This Weekend

Meet Kurt Rumens, president of Travis Industries, at at Rich’s Lynnwood store Saturday, Oct 22 and Sunday, Oct 23 from noon to 3 PM.

Travis House of Fire Factory Tour Gets Rave Reviews from Rich's Customers

Lloyd and Anthea Milton of Mukilteo were in the market for a gas freestanding stove. After browsing at Rich’s Lynnwood showroom, they narrowed their choices to two models, but they couldn’t decide which they liked best.

Take a Virtual -- and Real-Life -- Tour of Travis House of Fire Factory

Take a virtual tour of the Travis House of Fire factory and learn how highly-skilled workers (with help from some sophisticated equipment) convert 30 million pounds of raw steel into Lopi stoves.