The SALE of the Century!
In 40 years we have never
had a BIG SALE like this!
Usually $200-300 OFF
from current prices
on all water furnaces!!
We have limited supplies
(Only one 140 and one 340 left - with colors)
Several 165 available
All furnaces have
All furnaces have
100% new tin
and they function
Two sets of ports included and one pump included!
The internal domestic
hot water coil is included!
The 75 CFM forced-air induction
blower is included
with the solenoid activated damper - which saves wood!
Brand new grates
Cold Weather package
Normally a $99 option which doubles the insulation in
the furnace to and R 50 in the
R 22 in the walls
Chimney Cap Included!
These have a 5-year
just like on new furnaces!
Extended warranty available
to year 20 (just like a new one)
for only $249.
(No shipping the furnace back for
All furnaces have been updated with the new hot water
coil cover which puts the water level at the very top of the water
This new design (bottom) allows the water level to be
allowing rust protection even to the top plate.
The old design (top) was about 2 inches lower,
leaving an air gap with a lower water level
= less BTU storage.
for a 165 model.
Refurbished units must be paid for at time of order.
YOUR CHOICE of 19 colors!
Plus you can get an additional
$200.00 off by choosing:
Top-Loader Wood Burning Stove! Chest design; Log Burner.
Load with your backhoe, front-end loader or other machinery!
Available NOW for
NH, NY, MD, PA, OR, WA and VT
no longer permit outdoor wood burning furnaces, that are not EPA
we do have a new
EPA certified and
approved outdoor wood burning furnace available
now - WHITE TAG!
you may be able to take advantage of the
less expensive ($2000+
less) and simpler furnaces
that can burn COAL and
are built without electronics and circuit boards!
Check with your local code enforcement office!
You may be able to purchase a coal furnace that does
not have to be EPA approved. As far as we can
tell, they are okay in
PA, IN and VT and may be good in many other states too!
The ThermoWind may be
allowed in Indiana and other states because their restrictions seem to be on "boilers",
which the ThermoWind, is not.
Out largest furnace is over 300,000 BTUs
which many laws exclude, as well and would be legal.
a Shaver Furnace?
One of the most important
things, is how the firebox is made. Most fireboxes are square or
rectangular; using six flat slabs of steel and requiring 12 welds to
put the firebox together. This is not good because welds are where
leaks usually start. We have a round firebox, which is infinitely
stronger than any square box will ever be. We only need two welds to
put our firebox together; one each end to attach the end plates.
We also have grates in our furnace, which most manufacturers do not
have. This allows the ashes the fall into the ash receptacle. On our
furnaces we have a separate door to clean out the ashes. This can be
done even when there is a raging fire in the firebox.
With all of the other
models, you have to open the firebox door to clean out the ashes. The
other manufacturers wrongfully claim that you can open the firebox
door and clean out the ashes, simply by pushing the burning wood to
the side. This is basically, totally untrue. It is quite difficult to
push the burning logs to the side. Even if you were able to do
so, I guarantee that the firebox is at least 800°°F and up to 2000°F.
There is no way that you are getting anywhere close to the firebox,
without burning yourself, on these other models.
Because we have an ash receptacle, we are able to put our fan in the
back of the furnace. The fan blows just through the ash receptacle,
and up through the grates, feeding oxygen into the bottom of the fire,
just like a blacksmith's forge.
Most furnaces have a fan on the front door. You can tell this by
looking at the furnace and there is usually a big black box on the
front door. This is the fan and it only blows air into the side of the
pile wood and not from the bottom, where it is needed. Remember, fires
always burn from the bottom, which is why you normally form the wood
into a teepee fashion; to get oxygen into the bottom.
We have our induction forced-air fan in the back; blowing
air through the ash receptacle and up through grates, feeding oxygen
into the bottom of the fire like a blacksmith's forge.
Since we are talking about fans, it is important to know that our fan
is an off-the-shelf part, that is available anywhere. Our fan,
thermostat and pumps, are all off-the-shelf parts, available anywhere.
We do not have any proprietary parts, like the others.
We do not have any circuit boards or computerized parts to cause
problems. Most of the time, these meet an early demise due to power
surges. They usually run several hundred dollars and there's no need
for fancy parts like this.
Going back to our firebox, if you look at the
pictures, you will see
that the chimney drops down into the firebox 14 inches. This traps the
heat in the furnace, instead of rushing out of the chimney, heating
the outside air. There is no place for the heat to go otherwise, and
so it heats the water.
Even more important than that, this traps all of the gases in the
firebox as well. There is a tremendous amount of energy in gases,
in the wood. All of these gases are trapped and burnt off, giving you
more free energy for the same amount of wood.
There are other models that are called gasification furnaces, that do
the same thing, but they use elaborate and expensive methods to burn
off the gases; using computerized parts and circuit boards. The
feedback that I have been getting from customers, who purchase these
new gasification furnaces (from others), is that they are extremely
hard to start and one started, they are very difficult to keep
running. In fact it becomes a "full-time job", many have said. Their
furnaces cannot burn green wood. All of the wood needs to be correctly
seasoned to 20% moisture content.
In addition, these furnaces are typically $2000-$4000 more than the
older, simpler furnaces which had been tried, tested and proven for 40
years (how long we have been in business).
Remember, the 20 year
parts AND labor ON-SITE warranty, is probably the best feature because
at least 50% of the manufacturers out there require that you ship the
furnace back to the factory to get it repaired. Then they have to ship
it back and while the repair may be free, they charge you for the
shipping both ways AND you have to disconnect the furnace, reinstall
it and be without it for 2-4 weeks.
Read the whole article
LAYAWAY a furnace NOW!
Just a small down payment on pay on it monthly!
We ship to
your home on our own truck!
We usually deliver on our truck and trailer
and unload it!
Plus we have the ability to move it to your pad,
We also ship by freight to Alaska, Canada,
states west of Kansas and overseas.