“We literally could not have afforded to stay in our house. Or, we would have had to adjust our lives every winter and not use the upstairs portion of our house. My family loves the work that goes into maintaining this lifestyle being outside, staking wood, loading the stove. The amount of warmth we feel in our house now is unmistakable. The unlimited hot water is a bonus luxury.”The Spragues
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HERE’S WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THEIR NEW HEATMASTERSS OUTDOOR FURNACES…
“Lots of people couldn’t justify the price of a boiler, but it was a no-brainer for me. Stainless steel, smoke-bypass, ease of maintenance, efficiency, and EPA approval are just a few of the great features… I believe I am safe to say, we save an average of $1000 – $1,500 per winter. With the rising cost of fuel and electric rates, this number will only increase in the future.”The Fronabargers
Why Are People Upgrading to Outdoor Boilers?
We asked customers why they were switching and here’s what they said:
“Looking for a cheaper heating system in the long run. Propane is too expensive.”
“Received my hydro bill… yikes. Always liked the idea of having more control over my heating.”
“Gonna take our wood stove out, I want an outdoor boiler to cut down on dirt and smoke in the house.”
“We are building a house and planning our ideal heat source.”
Is a Boiler Right For Me?
An Outdoor Wood Furnace could be your heating solution if…
You live in the country
You have access to wood
You have the tools to split wood
You have the patience to season wood
What is the Big Deal About Wood Boilers?
If you source your wood locally, you have cost-effective heating fuel.
The best part is you maintain your independence from fuel companies and fluctuating prices.
Not to mention a warm home, shop, and garage, as well as unlimited hot showers.
How Much Money Will I Save?
Every building and region is different, but on average, it’s estimated a home in the Northern U.S and Canada needs 100 million BTUs each winter.
So if you’re paying $2.50/gallon for propane, you can expect a total heating bill of $2,881 each winter.
If you have the time and expertise to collect and season your own wood to feed your outdoor furnace, it’s easy to see how those costs could become annual savings.
How Does an Outdoor Boiler Connect To My Home?
A boiler can connect to almost any existing home heating system, or power an overhead forced air heating unit or an in-floor heating system.
Read more here or watch the animation below to see how a boiler connects to a home’s forced air heating system:
Easy to use and extremely efficient, a HeatMasterss Outdoor Furnace means…
- A CLEAN, smoke-free home
- Less cutting and stacking wood
- Unlimited hot water
- Finally, REAL heat radiating through your home and shop
- And NO massive heating bills every winter
Request a custom quote and see what a MODERN outdoor furnace could mean for your family:
SEE WHAT THE NEXT GENERATION OF OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACES CAN DO.
A HEATMASTERss FURNACE PROVIDES HEAT FOR A WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS
Domestic Hot Water
Hot Tubs and Pools
WATCH THE ANIMATION BELOW
Sizing Your Furnace
To choose the perfect size of furnace, you’ll need to know how many BTUs your buildings require.
For an in-depth look at a technical heat-loss calculation, click here.
For a helpful ballpark calculation, first, think about your insulation level:
- Excellent: 18
- Good: 20
- OK: 23
- Poor: 25
Now, multiply your insulation level by your total sq. ft.* to find your BTU/hr
*For a basement, multiply your main floor square footage by 1.5, so a home with a 1,800 sq. ft. footprint and basement would be 2,700 sq. ft.
If your 2,700 sq. ft. home is rated with an OK insulation level, the math would look like 23 x 2,700 = 62,100 BTUs/hour.
In this case, a G4000 furnace with an 8-hour burn rate of 68,025 BTU/hour would be an ideal size.