Heating repair service in Dallas, TX Old Sala Advertising Bar Old Sala Advertising Bar Historical Sala Air Conditioning and Heating repair service in Dallas, TX Sala History Old Advertisement - Circa 1925 Old Sala Advertising from the 1920’s Sala has been developing products for in-home comfort in Dallas since the 1920’s. The document above is a historical advertisement piece for an early model of the Sala Water Heater used in many homes in Dallas in the 1920’s. The Sala Water Heater - Dallas, Texas Circa 1925 Ambrose G Sala was born in Calvary, Texas in 1880, and moved to Dallas, Texas with his family in 1888. He worked as a sheet metal worker in a sheet metal shop drawing pattern layouts for sheet metal fabrication. He also worked in a foundary pouring iron oranments and iron pieces and fabricating them. In 1921, Ambrose G. Sala and his brother Theodore A. Sala started their own company at 4015 Main Street in Dallas called, “The Sala Products Company”. There they manufacturing gas-powered storage tank water heaters, fireplace mantels, space heaters, and gas logs. Then in 1927, Sala Manufacturing Corporation had opened up a distribution center at 2243 N. Main Street in Fort Worth, Texas to distribute their heating products. Fireplace Heater Patent - Ambrose G. Sala Invention Design 560 Heater and Mantel Unit - Sala Invention Mantel 86 The Sala Historical Dallas Fireplace Heater Brochure The Sala Historical Dallas Heater Brochure Historical Sala Mantel Fireplace Model 345 Sala Brothers SALA PATENTS Sala Air Heating Mantel Model 340 Model No. 340 Mantel Insert,  This beautiful casting of curved lines and hammered facing can be honed in any of the electro plate finishes and will harmonize with many interiors of today.  The No. 340 is a 10 burner radial heater and will cover opening 30-1/2x31-1/2. (Above: In working order in Sunset Hills Addition of Oak Cliff in Dallas, Texas in 2010) The Model 345 is designed to accommodate the more spacious quarters ordinarily difficult to heat.  This heater is a fourteen burner, capable of practically double capacity over the ten burner type, yet calling for only a small increase in fuel cost.  This heater is beautifully faced with an iron casting in true Chippendale design, finished in bronze, nickel, brass, or copper, and its lines call for a larger fireplace opening than the ten burner type.  For church, study, parlor, directors' room, or adjoining large living room and dining room, no heater excels the Sala 1414S for performance, beauty and economy. (Above: In working order in Winneka Heights Historical District of Oak Cliff, Texas in 1988) Model 345 (below) Design No. 560.  An early Colonial design with fluted pilasters and appropriate carvings.  A beautiful mantel and superb craftmanship.  It may be had in any finish. Size of mantel is: Width of shelf, 66-1/2 inches; depth of shelf, ....; height, 55 inches; dimensions of hearth stone, 30x60 inches. (Above: Photograph of an installation in 1932) Sala Manufacturing label for Heater and Mantel The SALA.  Manufacturing label on all the Sala Heater and Mantel Products with Patents used. (Above: Advertisement for Model No. 80) The Sala Historical Dallas Fireplace Heater Brochure The Model “S” as illustrated, is really three stoves in one. The highly efficient radiant type of gas heater is supplemented with a system of economizing air chambers which surround the fire box and bring into action the Salathermic Cycle. This utilizes the radiant heat, and, by virtue of draft construction, supplements its power by drawing cold air through the facing, heating it and forcing it into the room through the register. This not only forces the circulation that provides an even warmth in every section of the room, but enables the Sala to operate at all times with a perfectly cool exterior. Positive circulation provides an even warmth thoughout the room, and guarantees a clean, humid, healthful air to occupants. Not only is the Sala a powerful heater, but it is universally accepted as “the heater without a headache.” The burner incorporated in this heater is the final result of years of careful research. The mixing chamber, due to its exclusive construction, utilizes centrifugal force to insure a perfect mixture between the gas and air, which in turn provides complete combustion, thus preventing dangerous fumes. After the gas leaves the mixing chamber it passes into a distribution chamber whose shape is such that an equal amount of gas passes into each jet, giving uniform flame height and intensity. These features unite to make the Sala the exceptional unit that it is Efficient, economical and comfortable, the Sala is the perfect fireplace heater for all purposes. Above: The Sala Model S (Heater) Three Heaters in One The Sala Historical Dallas Heater Brochure Wall Heater Design No. 300. Opening 14”x21-1/2”; Over All, 16”x23-1/2”; Depth of Back, 3-1/2 inches. The Sala Wall Heater shown in the illustration meets the need of the small room, such as the bath or bedroom, for an efficient system of heating that will conserve precious floor space. The Sala System insures a cool grill at all temperatures, so there is no fire hazard, and no danger of heat-stained walls or peeled wood work. Furnace and Heating repair service in Dallas, TX T.A.Sala        c.1913 History Sala Heater and Mantel Co. 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Heater Radiants Heater radiants are made of ceramic material and are used to radiate the heat from the gas burner into the living space. There are several different designs of heater radiants that have been produced from the late 1800’s and throughout the 1900’s. The Sala Heaters primarily used the heater radiant shown here, which are highly decorative and detailed. Heater Radiants Sala Heater & Mantel Co. Heater Radiants Sala Heater & Mantel Co. Radiants Ceramic Heater (Far Left: Front View of the Radiant | Directly Left: Side View of the Radiant) (Below to the Left: Top View of the Radiant | Below to the Right: Bottom View) The Sala Dallas, Texas U.S.A Patent Numbers 1585116 Design No. 560 Heater Mantel Design No. 560 Heater Mantel Design No. 545 Heater Mantel Design No. 515 Heater Mantel The Sala Heater Mantel