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What Makes this Gas Fire Pit Better than the Competition? The CROSSFIRE Brass Burner

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, February 14, 2018

At West Sport in Sudbury, we like the convenience of a gas fire pit and we know you do too. So, we looked for the best on the market and we found it! Warming Trends Gas Fire Pits have the brightest, hottest, highest, most beautiful flame on the market. And, we are having a gas fire pit sale right now, just in time for Spring.

See how the CROSSFIRE Brass Burner stacks up to the competition. Compare the 120K and 180K BTU Burners to standard stainless steel ring burners side by side to see that when we promise to get twice the flame with half the gas, we mean it.

Complete your outdoor living space with a taller, fuller, more natural flame in your fire pit.

All brass components means the product will never rust and a lifetime warranty means we stand behind our products. Made in the USA.

For more information on the the gas fire pit sale, contact The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MA.

Saber Gas Grills on Sale Now for Spring Delivery

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, February 07, 2018

The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MASaber Grills has two amazing lines of gas grills. The first is the Saber Cast Series, which includes three full-size gas grills with a black powder-coated finish and commercial grade stainless steel grates, burners, control panels and handles.

The second is the SABER Elite Series, which is a line of powerful, high-performance gas grills that are meticulously manufactured using 304 commercial-grade stainless steel. The line includes the SABER SSE 330 two-burner, an urban sized grill perfect for a rooftop terrace or garden patio, the SABER SSE 500 three burner unit with a two-door cart and dual control side burner, the SABER SSE 670 four-burner grill which features a single door/two drawer cart and a dual control side burner. Two built-in units, three- and four-burner sizes, complete the Elite Series.

The SABER Elite carts are made with accents of bright, annealed 304 commercial grade stainless steel for superior durability and have sleek, hand-polished mirrored edges and handles. The grills feature ambient LED lighting over each control knob as well as internal halogen lights for easy nighttime grilling. Each is standard equipped with a 304 stainless rotisserie rod and kit, a stainless steel condiment basket inside the cart, a dual-control side burner for low and high heat cooking (3 and 4-burner models only), an easy-slide tank tray and a marine-grade grill cover. All Elite Series grills have the same award-winning cooking system as existing SABER grills – which means they use 30% less propane than traditional gas grills – and feature stainless steel cooking grates, grate-level temperature gauges, push-button electronic ignition at each burner, and multiple-position warming racks.

The new Elite and Cast Series introductions will double SABER’s product line in 2017 and expand existing price points above and below the current line. First introduced in 2011, SABER grills are sold exclusively through specialty retail and will continue to service that market.

Saber Grills is also making physical modifications to its existing products, which will be incorporated into the new lines as well. The improvements are designed to increase durability, make assembly easier and enhance the overall user experience. The changes include:

-New cart design with thicker panels, additional weld points, stronger casters, simple assembly and a new easy-access tank bracket

-Improved NG/LP conversion kits -Added storage hooks for the rotisserie rod when it's not in use.

These are the first design modifications that SABER has made to the line. When they polled owners and dealers to identify ways to improve, the first thing they told us was not to change the cooking system! – so SABER focused on changes that essentially make the grills even more durable and easier to assemble. SABER was recently included in roundup of Best Grills in America by Popular Mechanics magazine, and was awarded an ‘Editor’s Choice’ for the SABER Cast 500 three burner grill.

For more information on the Saber gas grill sale, contact The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MA.


Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 31, 2018

The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MA New England is heading to the Super Bowl...AGAIN! That means you need an excellent tailgating recipe, whether you are going to the big game or watching from the comfort (and warmth) of home.

Calling all pork lovers. These ribs are mind-blowingly delicious. Give these baby backs and spicy rubdown, some BBQ treatment, and glaze 'em with a homemade sweet & savory pineapple bacon glaze.


  • SALT

Remove the membrane from the bone side of the ribs and apply the salt, pepper and rub to that side. Flip the ribs over and season the meat side.

When ready to cook, start the pellet grill on smoke with the lid open until the fire is established (4 to 5 minutes). Set the temperature to 350 degrees F and preheat, lid closed, for 10 to 15 minutes.

While the grill heats up, cook the bacon in a frying pan. As the bacon is cooking, pour the pineapple juice, garlic and honey into an oven safe pot.

Remove the bacon from the grease and let the pan and bacon fat cool down. After the pan has cooled for a while, pour the bacon grease in with the pineapple juice, garlic and honey and stir to combine.

Place the ribs and the pot on the grill and close the lid. After an hour, the slurry will have reduced down a bit and can be applied to the ribs. Slather the ribs with the reduction every 15 minutes.

When the bones peek out about a quarter to a third of an inch, the ribs are done which is about 2 hours and 15 minutes.

For fall off the bone ribs, go another 30-45 minutes, continuing to glaze every 15 minutes.

The sweet and savory of the reduction will temper the heat of the spicy rub forming an outstanding and complex blend of flavors. Enjoy!

HearthStone Wood Burning Stoves

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 24, 2018

The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MAHeating with Soapstone

HearthStone wood burning stoves are built using soapstone. Soapstone is a natural material which can absorb the high heat of a fire, then radiate a gentle heat into the room. This means your home stays at a comfortable temperature, in the Comfort Zone.

The heat from soapstone is gentle, even and comfortable. You can sit close to a soapstone stove without getting the uncomfortable blast of heat you would feel from steel.

Once heated, soapstone stays warm for hours, making it the ideal material for overnight heating or for other long stretches of time when you can’t tend the fire. And, it makes re-starting your stove quick and easy.

Heating with Cast Iron and Soapstone

The cast iron wood burning stoves are lined with soapstone on the inside of the firebox.

You can enjoy the style of an all cast iron stove, and also benefit from the powers of soapstone. Our cast iron stoves provide heat soon after lighting, and also say warm longer than other cast iron stoves thanks to the soapstone lining.

Right now at The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MA you can get $300 off any Hearthstone Wood Burning Stove. Contact us for more information.

Gas Fireplace Inserts are a Safe and Stylish Source of Heat

Joseph Coupal - Friday, January 19, 2018

The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MAGas fireplace inserts are a perfect way to heat your home in the winter. In fact, there are many reasons for the efficiency of gas inserts for heat. Below are just a few.

Durable. Gas fireplace inserts are made using durable steel or cast iron construction with an oven-baked finish. This means they are not easily scratched or damaged.

Reliable. Gas inserts for fireplaces go through stringent safety tests. Which means they adhere to all standards and are safe to use. Gas inserts are also equipped with safety valves that regulate the flow of gas.

Easy. They are easy to start and operate. With gas fireplace inserts, homeowners are able to get the heat that they desire immediately. Inserts also have controls mounted on them so homeowners can regulate the heat and adjust the flames if they desire. Often, they can be regulated with a thermostat for even heating.

Cost-efficient. Gas inserts are considered a more practical heat source than the traditional open fireplace. They do not require extensive installation or maintenance. They also force heated air out into the living space rather than up the chimney like traditional open fireplaces.

Attractive. Gas insert designs are very intricate and attractive, making them a stand-out component in any home. They are also available in various styles and colors, traditional or contemporary, allowing homeowners to choose the style and size to complement their home interiors.

Gas stove inserts are perfect for homeowners who are in search of a stylish, effective, and safe heat source for their homes. To find out more about gas stove, contact The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MA.

Gas Fireplace Inserts: Attractive, Efficient, Easy

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 10, 2018

The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MAA gas fireplace insert is an easy, convenient way to heat your home and to make a traditional open fireplace more attractive. They consist of a firebox that is surrounded by steel or cast iron decorative trim with an insulated glass window for viewing. Because the box is sealed, the heat is prevented from going up the chimney as with open fireplace. In fact, with inserts for fireplaces the heat is forced back into your home instead, and most gas inserts have a blower to help move heated air. Fireplace inserts, both wood and gas, are placed directly into your existing open fireplace.

Energy efficiency and ease of use are the two biggest benefits of adding a gas insert to your home. Gas Fireplace Inserts average 75% - 80% efficiency and use less gas than gas fireplace logs. They can also be thermostat controlled for even heating.

Right now, at West Sport in Sudbury, you will get your chimney venting system free with the purchase of any gas or wood fireplace inserts. That’s a savings of up to $800.

For more information, contact The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MA.

Gas Fireplace Inserts For Beauty When Heating Your Home

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, January 04, 2018

The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MAIf you heat your home with oil or propane, this may be a tough winter, it's cold out! With temperatures well below average, and the "bomb-cyclone" upon us, you most likely have your heat turned up higher than normal. If you have natural gas in your home, you can heat your home more efficiently without replacing your oil furnace and tank.

Adding a gas fireplace insert to your home supplements your home heating and gives you oil heat a break. A new gas fireplace insert cost far less than a new furnace, and it can dramatically decrease your heating bills.

Everyone loves to enjoy sitting in front of a roaring fire. And nothing compares to the efficiency of a gas fireplace. They are also a cleaner burning option than wood and very easy to use. You may have an open wood burning fireplace, so how do you turn it to gas? A plumber runs a gas line to your open hearth, and a gas fireplace insert is easily installed. A gas fireplace insert slides directly in your present fireplace and is connected to the gas line.

Energy savings is the biggest reason that more and more customers are looking at gas fireplace inserts. A gas fireplace insert fits snugly inside your existing fireplace. There are plenty of ready- made fireplace inserts that fit into existing open hearths. After they are installed, the change to the look and feel of your home is dramatic. Gas fireplaces light with the push of a button. There is nothing like coming home and turning on the fire to help you relax and get warm.

For more information on heating your home with a gas insert, contact The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MA.

Happy New Year from The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, December 27, 2017

The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MAHappy New Year from West Sport in Sudbury. We would like to thank our customers, friends, family, and community for allowing our business to be part of your lives in 2017. We wish all of you a wonderful and prosperous 2018!

If we have had the pleasure of being your choice in hearth and grill store this year, we hope that we provided the highest level of customer service and met all of your needs. In the coming months if you find yourself in need of the services we offer, we hope you come see us again in 2018.

It is our sincere wish that in the New Year you are surrounded by warmth, family, and friendship and that 2018 brings you good health and prosperity. From all of us here at West Sport we hope you have a safe and exciting New Year.

We all come home, or ought to come home, for a short holiday – the longer, the better…” ~ Charles Dickens

Holiday Prime Rib in a Pellet Grill

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, December 20, 2017


  • 4-10 lb. Beef Rib Roast
  • GMG Beef Rub

Actually, prime rib is a bit of a misnomer, as less than 2% of all American beef is graded prime. Most of that grade goes to expensive restaurants, although some specialty butcher shops carry it as well. Your local grocery stores will carry USDA Choice or Select. If your budget permits, buy USDA Choice because it will be more tender and flavorful.

How to Make it:

Start with a 3-7 bone roast. As a rule of thumb, one bone will feed two people, so if you have a group of 8, you likely need a 4-rib roast. A prime rib roast is simply a standing rib roast – the terms are interchangeable. Don’t buy a boneless roast, as it will have much less flavor.

Wash the roast thoroughly with cold water and dry completely with paper towels. If the fat cap is thicker than ¾”, trim it down to about ½-¾”. Score the fat cap in both directions with a sharp knife just to the meat in a checkerboard pat-tern. Lightly coat the roast with olive oil and then rub with GMG Beef Rub. Buy thousands and thousands of bottles! Stock up for the future! If you don’t have our rub, use something else if you must. Our beef rub contains smoked paprika, cayenne, brown sugar, sea salt, marjoram, cumin, black pepper, and thyme, and some combination of those ingredients will enhance the flavor of your roast. Put the roast in the refrigerator for several hours, or preferably, overnight.

Plan about 5-8 hours cooking time depending on the size of your roast. So working backwards, if you want to eat a 6:00 PM, you should start cooking the roast at around noon, again depending on the size. Take the roast out of the refrigerator about two hours before you plan to cook it. This allows the meat to cook more evenly throughout since the grill will not have to overcome a very cold temperature in the middle of the roast, and it will also cut down on your cooking time since the roast starts out at a higher internal temperature.

Set your grill at 500° (or 430° if you have an older model). When the temperature stabilizes, put the roast in, fat side down, right on the grate. Let it cook for 15 minutes. Then turn it over, fat side up, and cook for another 15 minutes. Turn the temperature down to 190°. Insert a meat thermometer into the middle of the side of the roast so that the end of the probe is approximately in the middle of the roast.

Cook the roast to an internal temperature of 125 (rare), 132 (medium rare), 140 (medium), 148 (medium well), and 160 (well done). Remove the roast from the grill, cover with aluminum foil, and let it rest for about 20-30 minutes. The internal temperature of the meat will rise another 3 degrees during this time. Then carve and enjoy!


Enjoy Fireplace Season: Now there is an Easier Way to Warm Your Home

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, Boston, MAWhether entertaining friends or cozying up with a favorite book, there's nothing like a warm glowing fire to add ambience and warmth to the home. Hauling and storing firewood and cleaning up messy ashes, however, can make building a wood-burning fire a hassle. This season easily transform a wood-burning fireplace and experience the beauty and benefits of gas logs while saving money, time and the environment.


Today's gas logs produce a stunning, realistic flame that can rival any wood-burning log. A wide range of wood types is available, from birch to oak, as well as colored glass and gems and accessories to add personal style to any hearth.


Gas logs are generally inexpensive to buy and install and cost about a quarter per hour of what it costs to burn wood. Some gas logs are more than 99 percent efficient.


Gas logs allow for instant enjoyment. With a touch of a button, the fireplace turns on and off. There's no need to purchase, store and season wood and clean up and dispose of messy ashes.


Gas logs prevent flying sparks, common with wood, that might burn a rug or cause other damage. They don't create indoor particulate matter that is harmful to asthmatics and those with respiratory issues.

Environmentally Friendly

Burning gas logs helps preserve natural resources for generations to come by eliminating harmful particulate matter in the air.

Which Gas Logs

Real Fyre Gas Logs offers more than 40 authentic styles, each handcrafted and hand-painted to deliver a realistic look with dancing flames and a glowing bed of lively embers.

Real Fyre products are manufactured in the U.S.A. using stringent standards and the most advanced technology. Companion accessories such as remote controls, pinecones, acorns, additional branches and many other items further enhance the beauty and authenticity of your hearth.

For more information contact The Fireplace Shop and Grill Center at West Sport in Sudbury, MA.

SOURCE Real Fyre

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