Are Napoleon fireplaces made in Canada?

It’s interesting to note 60% of Napoleon’s mainly high-end gas grills are made in Canada. Some barbecues for the big box stores are manufactured in China. But “100% of Napoleon’s gas and wood fireplaces are made in Canada,” McArthur says.

Who manufactures Napoleon fireplaces?

Wolf Steel Ltd.
Wolf Steel Ltd., better known as Napoleon, is the largest privately-owned manufacturer of fireplaces, grills, and gas furnaces in North America. Based in Barrie, Ontario, Napoleon began in 1976 as a steel fabrication business under the name Wolf Steel Ltd.

Where are Napoleon gas stoves made?

We are North America’s largest privately owned manufacturer of quality wood and gas fireplaces (inserts and stoves), gourmet gas and charcoal grills, outdoor living products and heating & cooling products. The only gas furnaces made in Canada.

Who owns Napoleon fireplaces?

The sons Chris and Stephen Schroeter experienced this positive effect first hand: Both have been part of the team, which has grown to the current level of 1,600 employees, for around 20 years. They now run the company with President Ron McArthur.

Which Napoleon models are made in Canada?

140 products

  • NAPOLEON. Napoleon Prestige P500RSIB Ambiance Edition – Propane.
  • NAPOLEON. Napoleon P665 Stainless Steel Grill – Natural Gas.
  • NAPOLEON. Napoleon P665 Stainless Steel Grill – Propane.
  • BROIL KING. Broil King Signet 320 – Natural Gas.
  • BROIL KING. Broil King Signet 320 – Propane.

Where is Napoleon manufactured?

Where is my grill manufactured? The Napoleon group of companies manufactures products in North America (Ontario, Canada & Kentucky, USA) and we also have products that are made in our Napoleon manufacturing plant overseas. The overseas facility is not a third party manufacturing center.

Where is the Napoleon Phantom made?

This Phantom Prestige 500 also has a 18,000 BTU rear infrared burner and rotisserie kit for roasting and a 14,000 BTU infrared side burner for searing meats. The SafetyGlow control knobs turn from blue to red when a burner is in use. This Napoleon grill is manufactured in Canada.