Northeastern Fireplace & Design Loves Doing Business With Homeowners In Guilderland

Northeastern Fireplace & Design is a full-service one-stop fireplace facility serving homeowners in Guilderland and throughout the Albany area. You can shop online or visit our retail store, whichever is more convenient for you. Keep in mind, we also have the expertise to install and maintain your fireplace and wood stoves. Here is an overview of our products:

  • Fireplaces (electric, gas/propane and wood-burning)
  • Inserts (gas/propane, pellet/corn and wood-burning)
  • Stoves (gas/propane, pellet/corn and wood-burning)
  • Hearth Accessories (including mantels, mantel shelves, and irons, ash containers, bellows, cleaning products/paint & paint accessories, fireplace grates, fireplace hoods, fireplace screens & spark guards, fire starters, hearth pads & hearth rugs, steamers/kettles, tool sets, wood grate heaters, wood holders, trivets and more)

If you have never had a fireplace, we can help you design and install one or help choose an attractive stove. If you are not sure what type of fireplace or stove you want, we can assist you in making a decision to fit your needs and budget. If your existing fireplace needs a facelift, we can help you as well. Northeastern represents some of the finest fireplace, mantel and fireplace accessory manufacturers in the industry and we will work with you to compliment any décor and construction.

We recognized that homeowners in Guilderland and throughout Upstate New York and Western Mass needed access to a quality source of everything fireplace related. So in 2007 we opened our retail store featuring a large selection of fireplaces, mantels, screens and hearth accessories. We also sell gas, pellet, corn, and wood-burning stoves.

When you do business with us you will be treated the way we want to be treated when we are the customer…with knowledge, respect and integrity. We make purchasing from Northeastern a pleasure rather than a burden. Our staff is fully trained not only on our products but with how homes in our area are constructed. That way, we provide you the right product for your home. Our positive ratings and reviews on Google and Angie’s List tell new customers how much our existing customers appreciate our services. And, that’s what good business is all about, isn’t it…happy customers! That’s what Northeastern is all about…having you as a happy customer!

The Town of Guilderland

Originally the town of Guilderland was a pioneer settlement dating back to the 1700s. It was incorporated in 1803. During the late 1700s and early 1800s there was a diverse economy in Guilderland. In the area called French’s Hollow, there were many companies including a glass manufacturer, clothing and button factories, and grist mill. French’s Hollow, named for the owner of the knitting mill, is also located in Guilderland. After success for over 50 years, these industries closed when the railroad came to the area and changed the way products could be transported to other locations and changed the demand in local marketplace.

Today, French’s Hollow is a popular fishing, swimming and picnic site. There are still remainders of the covered bridge over the Normanskill River that was used from 1869 to 1933.

The Prospect Hill Cemetery overlooks the town of Guilderland and pays tribute to the soldiers and historians who played an important role in both Guilderland’s past and American history. Grave markers for soldiers have iron markers with GAR on them (Grand Army of the Republic, The Army of the Civil War). Notable civilian residents of Guilderland are also buried in the cemetery which was established in 1854. Visitors can explore Guilderland’s history in the cemetery and residents can trace their family ancestry there.

History lovers can learn more about Guilderland when visiting the Mynderse-Frederick House on Main Street. Mynderse was an affluent merchant and the first town supervisor in Guilderland; the house was built in 1802. In the 1820s Michael Frederick brought the house and turned it into a tavern which remained open until the house was turned into their private home in 1917 and they closed the tavern. The architectural style of the house is an impressive Greek and Federal Revival style. Currently, the Mynderse-Frederick House is a museum and home to several organizations that have offices in the House. Public tours are available.

Today, The Appel Inn is a popular venue for weddings and special events. The Inn was built in 1765 by Hendrick Appel and was both a tavern and a rooming house for those passing through Guilderland. The town government was established after a meeting at the Appel Inn in 1803. When Appel owned the Inn, he was known for his famous beverage, the Apple Toddy.

Whether you are in an historic public place or your own home, there is nothing better than a warm inviting fire in the fireplace. When you do business with us, you know you will feel cozy and safe knowing you have a quality product that has been installed properly to keep you safe from fire hazards!

Northeastern Fireplace & Design’s area of service includes the close-by Hudson community and we’re ready to help with all your hearth needs.