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Outdoor wood boilers
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Gus    Posted 04-01-2003 at 16:24:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
Just starting to research them a little.Have a shop and house and plenty of wood. I have been heating the house with a free standing wood space heater for 30 years and want to upgrade. Any input from those with knowledge on brand names etc. would be great. Thanks, Gus.

Martin Lunde    Posted 07-09-2004 at 09:08:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Most of the outdoor units smoke and are really not as efficient as advertized. If you want a relatively smoke free and efficient unit visit the GARN web site. Done load the movie and watch a 10 year old unit work.

Martin Lunde    Posted 07-09-2004 at 09:08:07       [Reply]  [No Email]

callie    Posted 09-04-2003 at 02:59:41       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We are dealers of North America's Heavyweight Outdoor Wood Furnace WOOD DOCTOR. boiler plate model is available with 30 year warranty to heat homes,business,hot tubs,hot water, farms and greenhouses. We burn ours to heat hot water,huge home,hot water while burning mostly "junk" wood. FMI

RayP(MI)    Posted 04-03-2003 at 03:40:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
Have done a little research, and have been most impressed with Heatmor. Sister-in-law has one and they are very happy with it.

woody    Posted 03-23-2004 at 18:44:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi there, Im looking at buying a woodmaster 4400 to heat my home and already talked to a salesman.Im just wondering if u had any problems with the unit or anything u could tell me would be nice thank You very much!

Gus    Posted 04-04-2003 at 02:57:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
RayP(Mi) Iam in central Mi. What about you, Ray? Heatmor, OK I'll check them out too. Thanks

RayP(MI)    Posted 04-06-2003 at 17:16:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'm near Edmore, about halfway between Saginaw and Muskegon, just a few miles off M-46. How about you? sister-in-law's furnace setup is near Charlotte. Any questions, give me an email.

callie    Posted 09-04-2003 at 02:50:54       [Reply]  [Send Email]
national dealer of WOOD DOCTOR- North America's Heavyweight Outdoor Wood Furnaces. We offer a boiler plate model with 30 year warranty. Heats homes, business, hot tubs, greenhouses, animal barns etc. Burns all types of wood. We burn ours to heat our home,hot tub and hot water for 7 people and love it. contact us for more info

Tom A    Posted 04-02-2003 at 03:33:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have two near-neighbors who have them and both swear by them. One is force air, the other is steam boiler. Both burn free wood they scrounge from all around...old pallets, stumps or you name it. Both have had them long enough to find the problems, and neither does anything but sing the praises of their boilers. I do not know the brands, but they are not the same.

Tom A

BOSS    Posted 04-01-2003 at 16:35:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have a Central Boiler for 2 years now. I burn about 8 cords a year, with a 3500 sq ft house set at 73 degrees. I get my wood from a tree cutting service for $200 a semi load. 5 cords a semi load, average. I have to cut them to lengths. Approx. 2-3 ft. long, no splitting. It has saved me $$$$$$$$$$$$, well worth the work. Though by spring, I'm glad I don't have to load the thing anymore.
Its easy to use, took a year to figure the thing out. One thing I found out is, DON'T split the wood. It burns slower if it is whole. I do have to fill the water because of boil overs more often than the factory said. About every month or so, I stick the hose in and top it off.
I'm very happy with mine, and I would buy another one in a heartbeat.

Gus    Posted 04-03-2003 at 03:12:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thanks Boss. Do you also heat your hot water? I will have to put a heat exchanger in my furnace and blow air through it. Same with the shop. I have heard of central boiler. Thanks again, Gus.

BOSS    Posted 04-03-2003 at 13:54:46       [Reply]  [No Email]
I don't heat my water with it. In this county they only allow external hot water heating, and the manufacturer said that it wouldn't be worth it to buy it and install it. BUT they do make an internal heating system that works great, I may put it in later.

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