We’ve been satisfying Maryland’s burning desires since 1976.
Fireside Stone & Patio has been providing renewable heating, alternative heating, and custom fireplace design to the Clarksville, Columbia, Carroll County and Greater Baltimore areas for over forty years!
Fireside Stone & Patio stands with the many who are grieved by the death of George Floyd and so many other men and women who have lost their lives or endured injustices of racism. We are committed to financially supporting the BridgeLeader Network of Columbia, Md. The BridgeLeader Network is an organization with a long history of educating organizations on issues of race and fostering multicultural awareness locally, nationally, and globally. We encourage others to share their time and resources to support Black lives.
We are a family business.
Established in 1976 in Highland, Maryland , Fireside Stone and Patio has been providing renewable heating, alternative heating, and custom fireplace design to the Clarksville, Columbia, Carroll County and Greater Baltimore areas for forty years! Fireside is a family business, started by Ed and Eileen Gross. Originally, Ed and Eileen operated an archery business on the property of their home in Howard County. When they purchased a wood burning stove to heat their archery facility, customers expressed an interest in purchasing them for their homes. Over time, the interest in alternative heating became so great that the hearth business replaced the archery business. From there, Ed and Eileen created their business, Fireside Stone and Patio.
Fireside today and beyond.
Fireside Stone & Patio delivers quality heating and patio products to Maryland homeowners and businesses. A one-stop shop for sales, installation, maintenance and service, we provide:
- Chimney work
- Custom stonework and fireplace surrounds
- Fireplaces, inserts and stoves
- Outdoor living spaces
- Grills and pizza ovens
- Hearth and grill accessories
Spreading our warmth across the world.
Bring warmth to homes does not stop for Fireside Stone & Patio at the Maryland boarder, or even the United States boarder. Their journey of bringing alternate heat to an orphanage in Tanzania was truly unforgettable. You can read their story in Home & Hearth Magazine – November 2018 issue.
It begins in 2011 when Tom Gross was having trouble connecting with a current customer who was interested in purchasing another appliance. On any date that Gross had open, the customer said he would be out of the country. Some people travel a lot, thought Gross, but this guy travels all the time.
Eventually, he learned the customer was setting up an orphanage in Tanzania, and that piqued his interest. You see, Gross, his wife, Beth, and his partner Steve has a desire to do something other than creating income from the business. They wanted to use their talents for something more, perhaps something different.
Our Community Partners
Chamber of Commerce
Catonsville, MD 21228-0600 Visit Website
The Beacon Home Team
of Keller Williams Integrity
Ellicott City, MD 21043 Visit Website