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220 Harvard Ave, Stamford, CT 06902

Who We Are

We have been helping people heat and warm their homes in lower Fairfield County for 40 years now.

Competitors have come and gone, and will tell you anything to get “the sale”.   At Nordic, we think we have a responsibility to the buying public to do the right thing.  It has to be safe.  It has to work.  Then we will sell it to you.  Our showroom is loaded with educational material and burning displays to help with your heating and aesthetic decisions.  We have more answers than you have questions!

In our store there is a sign that reads “…the bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten…”     You might find it cheaper on the internet, but if it involves fire, and it is going inside your house…do yourself and your family a favor, and don’t buy it online.  Nordic installs and services what we sell with our own installation crew.   We do not sub-contract out.

Spring, summer, fall or winter – Nordic Stove and Fireplace Center is your year round hearth and stove store.

Since 1972, we’ve been known throughout Fairfield County as the fireplace and stove specialists.   We’re here to help.

Staff members at Nordic Stove and Fireplace Center are NFI certified wood and gas burning specialists. With over 60 years of combined experience and thorough training and testing by the National Fireplace Institute (the nation’s recognized authority) we are the area’s leading experts. We work closely with builders, architects and designers to help design and install the safest and best fireplaces and stoves available.

It has always been our philosophy at Nordic to sell good, quality products at a reasonable price; stay abreast of technological advances within the industry; and treat our customers like friends.  We continually strive to be your source of information and merchandise to fulfill your hearth and heating needs. As your complete fireplace outfitter we stock, deliver/install, service, repair and advise in all matters “of the hearth.”

Martha & Scott Robinson