The H. B. Smith Company, a true pioneer in the heating industry as we know it today, was founded in the mid-1850's by two brothers, Henry B. and Edwin Smith. Originally manufacturing fences and other ornate iron work, the Smith brothers' manufacturing expertise turned to cast-iron heating products in 1859 when they formed an association with inventor, Samuel Gold and commenced manufacturing his patented "Gold" boiler/radiator products.
As the central heating industry grew, so did The H. B. Smith Company; and by 1879 the company was also manufacturing the "Mills" boiler patented by inventor John Mills. A century and a half later, The H. B. Smith Company continues to manufacture a broad line of quality cast-iron boilers for both residential and commercial, industrial applications, including several models of "Mills" design.
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HB Smith Company was a US-based manufacturer of various heating products including boilers, furnaces, and water heaters. The company was founded in Westfield, Massachusetts in 1853 and operated until 2007 when it was acquired by Mestek, Inc.
During its time in operation, HB Smith produced a wide range of heating products for both residential and commercial use, including cast iron boilers, oil-fired and gas-fired boilers, indirect-fired water heaters, and more. Many of their products were designed to be energy-efficient and durable.
Today, the HB Smith brand is still owned by Mestek, Inc. and their products continue to be sold through authorized dealers and distributors.