STOVES GALORE — Casey Kish, left, and Austin Parsons, right stand in their Placerville Drive showroom filled with wood stoves, pellet stoves gas stoves and cooling alternatives such as fans. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Spring Home Show 2014

Sierra Home Alternatives will keep you warm

By From page HGS22 | April 30, 2014

They opened their doors in 1997, and unlike many family owned businesses, their doors have stayed open and have welcomed homeowners and contractors in for over 17 years. That says a lot about a business. Casey Kish and Parrish Stanton have succeeded in making their customers continue to come back to for their heating, cooling and just about everything that makes a house a home.

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