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Rymer Heating LLC

Shop models and get installation services for wood stoves, pellet stoves, gas stoves, fireplaces, furnaces and more with Rymer Heating. We carry most top brands and are your local Central Boiler dealer!

Rymer Heating LLC

W8565 W 18th Rd
Crivitz Wisconsin 54114
United States

(920) 897-4561

Business Description

Rymer Heating is a top-quality heating products and services company serving Wisconsin's Door, Brown, Forest, Florence, Shawano, Langlade, and Marinette Counties as well we Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Call us for purchase, installation, replacement, repair, and maintenance of wood burning stoves, wood fireplaces, wood stove inserts, indoor wood furnaces, outdoor wood furnaces, pellet stoves, pellet burning stove inserts, indoor pellet furnaces, outdoor pellet furnaces, gas stoves, gas stove inserts and gas burning fireplaces. We are a Central Boiler Dealer and a retailer of Archgard, Blaze King, ComfortBilt, EasyFire, Hudson River Stone Works, Jotul, Kuma, LMF, Napoleon, Osburn, FireStrike, PSG, Regency, Thelin, and Sierra.

Business Hours

Monday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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About Crivitz

Crivitz is a village in Marinette County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 1,093 at the 2020 census. It is part of the Marinette, WI–MI Micropolitan Statistical Area. == History == Crivitz was surveyed and plotted in the summer of 1883. This work was filed with the Register of Deeds in Marinette County on 10 September 1883 by German immigrant Frederick John Bartels, who named the settlement after his home town of Crivitz, Germany.The demographic character of the Crivitz area was shaped significantly after a typhoid epidemic in 1894, which shut down the sawmills. Hieronymus Zech (1849–1932), a mill operator from Chilton, took over operation of the inactive mills and promoted land sales to Polish immigrants, many of whom relocated from Milwaukee and Chicago. Zech built stores, houses, schools, and roads for the Polish colony. As a result, the local population today is predominantly Polish-American.Crivitz was a town until 1913, when it was incorporated as the Village of Crivitz. The village hall, originally located at 600 Main Avenue, was later relocated at 800 Main Avenue. The downtown developed along Main Avenue in the 600 to 900 blocks from 1913 to 1924.

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