The BEST OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE!

Discover WHY we can say that.


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Most important!

We are the ONLY manufacturer that builds a
firebox that is .380" thick - almost 4/10th of an inch!
In fact, the last metal that we got in was well in excess of 4/10 of an inch; .427"
That's why they don't rust through,
split, crack and warp!

We don't have ANY fancy electronics or circuit boards.

ALL of our parts are off-the-shelf parts,
that are available anywhere.
There's nothing proprietary that you have to buy from us.

Many companies don't have a forced air fan.
Others have a fan that blows air through
the front door into the side of the fire.

We took it one step further and have a fan in back,
that blows air up through the grates
and feeds oxygen into the bottom of the fire,
just like a blacksmith's forge!


 Manufacturer/Brand 
Firebox Thickness - Information taken from their website
Shaver Outdoor Wood Furnace Thicker than 1 Gauge!  .427"  
Over 4/10th of an inch thick!   
1/2" upgrade available for just $175
Central Boiler Their website only says "heavy gauge" but forums say 1/4" or .250"
The Homesteader 7 gauge or approx. .1793"
Lil'House Outside Wood Heater 16 gauge  .060"
Mahoning (approx 3 gauge)  .250"  
Hydro Fire 10 gauge  .1345"
Hardy Uses both 14 gauge .0747" and 16 gauge (Firebox, Water Tank, Base, Ash Bin, and Doors)
Heatmor  10 gauge  .1345"
Aqua Therm Models 275 and 345 have a 3/16 (0.1875")
model 145 has a 1/8 .125" (11 gauge)
Pro-Fab Industries - Empyre Wood Burning Furnace  10 gauge  .1345"
Taylor Models 275 and 345 have a 3/16  (0.1875") firebox, and the model 145 has a 1/8 (.125")
Bryan Furnace 1/4" (.250") and 10 gauge (.1345") combo
Wood Master 1/4"  (.250")
HydroFire  10 gauge   .1345"

 

 

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 Our furnace is SO strong, we can suspend it from the chimney alone!

This is how we move and load them!!

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lifted and moved by the chimney, made of 1/4" steel!  :o)


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Fed up with High Oil and Energy prices? 

Heat your whole house and garage/workshop 
and
your hot water and your driveway
with a
clean, efficient OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE!

No more $3.00 oil or high dollar LP and lugging wood into the house!
No smoke in your house! No bugs! NO mess!

WOOD is still cheap! ...AND PLENTIFUL!
and large unsplit logs - like this furnace uses - are the cheapest of all!

Have Clean Heat, Clean Floors and Hot Water
with our Hot Water (Boiler) Wood Furnaces!

They don't burn  up the oxygen in your house or suck cold air in from outside!

RADIANT HEAT! It's the BEST! It's the The Cleanest!

 



NOW with a 

20 YEAR WARRANTY!
On-Site Warranty!!

Includes 5-Years at N/C! 

Who else offers that?

NOBODY!

Building Quality Wood Furnaces 
for 41 Years

Since 1972

We are actively looking for dealers in ALL STATES!

OUR FURNACE BUYERS SAID:

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Excellent transaction, great to work with, Thank You A++++++++++++++
Buyer  wack486( 164Feedback score is 100 to 499)
 Mar-19-07 08:01 Private
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 Mar-27-07 12:02
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Great transaction. Fast delivery. Product as advertised. Thanks
Buyer  matthewdanielle( 101Feedback score is 100 to 499)
 Feb-23-07 10:50 Private
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 Feb-23-07 20:20

plus...

  • As nice, courteous, and helpful a sellers as you will EVER find! Great furnace too!

  • would recommend excellent service thanks guys

  • a++++++

  • Wood Boiler seems like a great unit. Yet to hook it up. Smooth Process!

  • honest and very helpful seller

 

 

Why buy a Shaver Outdoor Furnace? SHAVER The others
We make it simple without a lot of expensive electronics to break NO
We make it user serviceable. Anyone can maintain our furnace! NO
We use an $8 thermostat available at any hardware store, not a $100 electronic circuit board NO
We use a simple mechanical fill valve - not electronic. Just flip it on for 20 seconds, once a week NO
We make our firebox to last! Ours is thicker than everyone else's!  3/8" vs 1/16 - 1/4"   (1/2" optional) NO
We give accurate BTU ratings using an established scientific formula. They say what sounds good. NO
We have 2 flood light motion detector light on the front NO
We have a fan not a simple damper to fuel the fire with oxygen. More complete burning Some
Our fan is in the back, behind a door, where you can't get shocked AND it blows the air through the grate into the bottom of the fire NOT into the side of the fire! Fires burn from the bottom up, right? NO
Customer Replaceable POTABLE Hot water coil. Many others don't even have one!
Our pump only runs on demand NOT 24 hours a day as with the others!
NO
We have been building fine energy efficient  furnaces for 34 years! NO
Our grate uses 3/4" Bar Stock! NO

 

 

 

QUESTIONS?  Write to me at
randyacca@gmail.com

Phone: 608-519-4664

Call me!

 

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Rated to Heat up to 4000 sq. ft.

However, the manufacturer heats his 
Older 5000 sq. ft. home
AND a 500 gallon hot tub
AND his Hot Water
AND a shop (in Arkansas)

...with a 25 year-old model!

 

BURN TIMES

As a test of burn times, the owner of Shaver Furnace took the thermostat off his 25 year-old furnace, so that the fire would rage at maximum burn 24 hours a day. 

Yet he still only has to load it every 12 hours. Otherwise he goes as long as 24 hours without loading it.

Don't believe the hype and misinformation about 42-98 hour burn times. This is only true in the summer.

See my eBay report

 


 

 

Why buy a wood furnace?
  • No logs to carry in means no messy ashes and bugs in the house!
  • One of the selling points of an outdoor furnace is the convenience of locating it near the
    wood fuel source so you don't have to cart wood all around.
  • Safety
    • The chance of carbon monoxide build-up in your home is eliminated.
    • The chance of a gas explosion from your furnace in your home is eliminated.
    • Indoor pollutants of harmful gases and fumes are eliminated.
    • Eliminates the chance of chimney and flue fires from your furnace.
  • If you live in a suburban or rural area near a source of cheap wood, you could heat your
    home for the entire season for the cost of one month's electric heat bill. 
  • An outdoor furnace requires less tending.
  • No inside oxygen is used to fuel the heat like other wood or gas burning units.
  • Water heat does not dry up your sinuses and eliminates respiratory problems caused
    by burning wood indoors
  • Wood is cheaper than buying it for a fireplace. Instead of 12-18' wood split,
    you can put 30" pieces in this one and full rounds. That makes buying wood even cheaper.
  • Designed to work with your existing heating system, be it forced air or a boiler. Works 
    excellent with radiant heat!
  • Burning wood, a total renewable resource, is less expensive than other fuels.
  • The cost of electric, gas, oil, or propane can be very erratic. The low cost of wood remains constant.
  • One unit heats your home, garage, shop, hot tub and domestic hot water.
  • The furnace hooks up to any existing hot water or forced air system.

 

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Get the Bugs, Dirt, Wood and Smoke outside. 

Your lungs will love you and your Insurance Company will too!

Many people are getting 
lower insurance rates
too.

Extra large, waist high loading door.

No more bending over, straining your back to load wood! Lever action latch for easy closing and safety!

A PROVEN design - since 1972!

We feel we build the safest furnace (nothing electrical outside). We have the BEST PRICES and a Very Friendly Staff to help you every step
of the way.

 

ALL furnaces now come with a double flood light on the front for ease of loading the wood.

Not only that, it's a MOTION LIGHT!

No switches. No forgetting to turn it off. If it's dark outside and you go near the furnace, it turns on!

 

 

Think the door's not big enough? 
A 16" round log, 30" long log will weigh 112lb! 
More than most people can ever lift!
Trust me, the door is more than big enough
for anything you can lift into the furnace
AND the door edge will take a pounding
as you throw them in!

18" x 18"  - The TOUGHEST door you'll ever find with TWO 1/4" solid steel plates separated by a 3" air shield PLUS insulation. This plate keeps the hot air in and deflects it off the door. With very little metal to transfer heat to the door it does an excellent job of insulating the door.

Very heavy duty hinges! OURS won't fall off!

 

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The grate is made out of 3/4" inch
bar stock. Now THAT's thick! We have NEVER had one burn through!

We have an ash "pan"! Some other makes don't even have an ash pan!! That makes it HARD to clean out! You have to let the fire die down  or move the burning wood aside to scoop out hot ashes. OUCH!


.427" Thick Steel Firebox - OVER 4/10th OF AN INCH.
WILL NOT burn through - EVER!

1/2" firebox upgrade available for just $175

Compare Firebox thickness to another popular furnace (eBay won't allow us to say their name) at only .13"
Ours is .427" ! 

That's 328% thicker!

Some other makes don't even have an ash pan!! It makes it HARD to clean out! You have to let the fire die down  or move the burning wood aside to scoop out hot ashes.
 

Only one seam in tube so it doesn't weaken the structure, break or warp. It is made of a solid piece of tubular steel !

It will not RUST through in a lifetime! Will not split and crack like Stainless Steel!

 We have furnaces 30 years old and more, still in use today!

 

Actual photo of a fire inside our firebox
only minutes after reloading with wood!

Firebox size is 34" wide x 27" high (due to grate in bottom) x 34" deep. 

It is totally surrounded with 170 gallons of water, top, bottom, sides, front and back, absorbing the maximum amount of heat possible!

The chimney is also surrounded by water, capturing heat that would otherwise be lost!

The ash pan (and hot coals) are surrounded with water too!

 

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The US Made pump, fan and thermostat
included have a one year warranty.

 

Comes STANDARD with TRIPLE Hookup for heating a Home AND a shop / garage / apartment AND potable Hot Water too!

CONSUMER REPLACEABLE  Potable Water Coil (50 foot 5/8" OD Copper) carries hot water, heated by the water reservoir directly to your hot water heater. We show you how! No separate heat exchanger is needed!! This saves you $300.00 by the time you also buy a tempering or mixing valve (so you don't get scalding water with this older system,

Pump runs on demand NOT 24 hours a day like others! 

Again, this is potable (drinkable) water.

 

 

We use state-of-the-art Solar Guard insulation all around the water jacket!

Solar Guard is only 1/4" thick but combines a thermal break, reflective insulation and an insulating layer of R11.6! It has backing on both sides and is aluminum foil backed on one side. We then insulate on top of that with R11 vinyl-backed fiberglass in the walls and ceiling! 

TRIPLE INSULATED (R50) ON TOP - like a passive Solar house. You cannot feel the heat when you touch the siding!

That gives you R22.6 in the walls and now R50 in the ceiling!

http://www.silvercote.com/solarguard_reflective_insulation.php

http://www.silvercote.com/PDF/solarguardspec.pdf

 



The ash pan is 16" wide x 34" long and
is 8" deep. It is non-removable but is easily cleaned at the front through the door with a small shovel.

Some other makers don't even have an ash pan! You have to shove the hot burning wood aside (or let it die) to clean it out!!

Water surrounds the ash pan as well, extracting all the heat from the red hot coals.

The chimney is low on the firebox and exits about 1 foot from the bottom, so that the smoke - or more importantly, the heat - is trapped so that it doesn't quickly escape out the flue. That would be a big loss of efficiency. This is also a better idea since you don't have baffles getting a creosote buildup on them.

This also creates a 2nd burn chamber, to more completely burn the gases and wood! When wood starts to burn it's the gas that burns first!

Another advantage is that the chimney exits through the water, further heating it up - for free! Nothing does better!

 

170 gallon tank!

Many manufacturers only use 100-125 gallon tanks! The size is critical when heating a larger home. 

DON'T BELIEVE it when they say they can heat 4,000 sq. ft. and have 300,000 BTU. That's impossible without heating the water to over 300 degrees!

We can heat a house with a water temperature of just 130 degrees as opposed to 160-180 degrees in a competitor's with a smaller tank. You burn less wood! Larger tanks also allow faster recovery and heating plus a reserve.

Water tank is made from 1/8 thick metal (11 gauge) - 2 times thicker than many others using only 16 gauge.

< There is an air handler/blower that feeds air into the firebox, below the grate, to feed oxygen to the fire - just like a blacksmith does it. It is thermostatically controlled to keep the water at a set temperature that you can adjust. This takes place of an inefficient manual draft opening.

 

 

As you can see, the firebox is round. This requires only 3 welds instead of 12 welds in a square or rectangular box.

Fires like round chamber better. They don't like the voids of the corners.

The forced-air fan is in the back - feeding oxygen into the bottom of the fire - like a blacksmith's forge.

The lowers section is the ash receptacle. You only have to clean it once a week through the lower door - without disturbing the fire.

The firebox is totally surrounded by water.- top, sides, bottom, front and back!

You can see that the chimney goes up through the water, further extracting the heat.

Our chimney drops down in the firebox 14", trapping in the heat and gases, to maximize heat transfer and ensuring you're not heating the outside air! This huge secondary burn chambers allows you to burn off all the gases that first ignite, when you throw in a new piece of wood. This is valuable heat, normally lost.

Our furnace is so strong and well-made, that the chimney alone is strong enough to carry the 1600 lb. weight of the furnace!

 

Exterior is made of Heavy Duty Roofing - 29 gauge structural quality, full-hard steel. 10 layers of protective coating. 

It has a Lifetime film integrity Warranty for walls and roof and a 30 year warranty against fade and chalk. 10 year edge rust warranty against acid rain.

20 colors to best suit your surroundings! Mix and match the roof, sides and corners.

There are legs on the bottom with a skirt surrounding the bottom to ground level.

The chimney is made out of 1/4" wall, schedule 40 pipe and is surrounded by water. It tops out at about 6 feet above ground. You can EASILY add an extension with standard 6" stove-pipe.

 



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Extra Large rear access door. All electrical items are in back, safely behind a door! 

Water and electrical hookups. 

The easiest furnace for the self-installer to put in!

 

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The blower in the back is a great aid
in getting a fire started. It also recovers the water temperature much quicker,
and burns the wood up more completely
because oxygen is being fed to the
bottom of the flame - like a
blacksmith feeds his fire!

Ash pan door and air blower inlet
 (seen in back)

The air blower determines how hot the fire burns and therefore how hot the water gets. A thermostat on the back of the water jacket tells the blower when to turn on and off, so it doesn't run all the time and waste wood..

This is a LOT more efficient than a manual damper!

The air blows into the bottom of the fire, through the grate! That's better than blowing in from the front - into the side of the fire, as all others do.

You get more complete burning from a fire where the oxygen is fed through the bottom as opposed to blowing over the fire from the side, like others that have that big box on the door!

INSTALLATION KIT - Typical

For one heat exchanger - 50 ft. from furnace

Outside Installation kit (includes 2 shut-off valves, a drain and 2 SharkBite fittings) $61.87
NEW LOWER PRICE
50' 12/3 wire  
U.S. made Insulated Pex Pipe with 4 pipes ( 2 x 1" and 2 x 3/4") wrapped 4 times with insulation, inside a 4" pipe $7.95 a foot

Inside Hot water kit (includes a thermostat, pump flange and fittings to attach everything; top and bottom)  $66.09

Heat Exchanger (129,000 Btu):

168.59
includes free shipping
SharkBite fittings for the heat exchanger (hook up Pex pipe to heat exchanger) 34.19
Pump for the H/W heater (U.S. made) $89.00 and UP
2-wire Thermostat 16.00
25' 12/2 wire 12.00
110 V 20 Amp breaker 20.00
120.00
$260 - 635
Total: Assuming that the furnace is going to be 50 feet from your home, you are looking at approx $564 for the installation parts needed plus the Pex Pipe (approx $400 + shipping), for pre-made, pre-insulated pipe that you simply drop in the ground and cover up.

Prices will vary depending on supplier and locale

Note: SharkBite fittings are simple, push-on-by-hand Pex fittings

 
Installation Kit

Items can be purchased locally or we can supply everything is nice, handy kits with all that you need.

Kits will vary depending on the number of feet from your house. Other variables include heating your pool or hot tub or adding a 2nd heat exchanger or a separate building. This will require more pipe and a separate pump and thermostat in most cases. Pumps are $99 each. Heat exchangers are about the $192 for 97,000 BTU (varies with size, many are less).

If you do some work yourself, it would be less expensive and rewarding!

Most of our customers (80-90%) install the furnace themselves.

The electrical hookup is simple 110V wiring. If you can hook up a light switch and a light socket, you can do this installation

Plumbing hookup is accomplished with easy push-on-by-hand fittings..

You can lay the lines yourself and pour the concrete pad, if you're going to use one

The hardest job is putting the heat exchanger into the duct work. That takes a little skill, to make the new ductwork to house the exchanger. Sometimes it's a slide-in affair!

A local heating and air guy can easily handle it all.

Everything is very simple and easy to do. There is a 49 page manual, with lots of pictures and diagrams, that will help you every step of the way. You can also call me or the factory for assistance.

Many places allow you to be your own contractor


Don't forget a concrete pad, approx 4" thick.

It will take only yard for a 4'x10' pad (approx 4" thick), giving you a nice place to stand and load wood.



Start with a small piece of wood.  :o)

Seriously, you can use these bigger, cheaper pieces or smaller ones - whatever you can easily handle. The bigger ones require less cutting and splitting so they cost less - about 80-90 a cord in most areas..

ANY wood is cheaper than oil, gas and electricity! One person said that they have never used their propane heater after propane prices tripled!

 

 

Shove the logs in on top of each other.

Use the poker for safety to push them in.

(That big pile of ashes may make the door seem low - but it isn't!)

Thought there wasn't a fire?

Think again!

Within a couple of minutes - literally - 
this fire was roaring!

 

BURNING COAL!
Great News! We have a coal series furnace with a shaker grate!.
 
We have had a customer (Pete) burning coal in his furnace the past 2 winters!
 
He puts 8-10 shovels in, about to the bottom of the door, heaping in the middle )about 9". This little bit will last him 12-16 hours he said!
 
Pete said that one of the advantages of coal are that it heats up faster. He can come home late to a dead fire and the water cooled off (he's a truck driver) and can have heat in 20 minutes!
 
The coal also lasts longer than wood. Pete often mixes wood, putting it on top of the coal and it works VERY well, he said.
 
Pete is heating a 3300 sq. ft house and a 1000 sq ft garage with 12 foot ceilings - so an equivalent of 1500 sq. ft plus 3300 plus his hot water. 4800 sq. ft total.
 
The garage stays at 70 degrees even when it's below 0 outside!
 
To top it all off, his furnace is 325 feet from his house!! He's a happy camper...

 

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We can also build your furnace so that you can apply regular siding, brick,
faux (cultered) stone or almost anything else.

We can also build them without siding for a savings of $200,
for those who want to put them in an outbuilding

 


 

Questions about Stainless Steel answered


Do you build with stainless steel?

Hi! 

No, we don't build stainless for several really good reasons.

Our furnaces last longer than stainless with MANY furnaces still in use after 30 years plus!!

1. Mild steel transfers heat better than stainless does.

2. Stainless is a great sales feature, but little else, since most companies use cheap stainless, like a car's exhaust system.

There are many grades of stainless out there.

3. Since stainless is so expensive, the fireboxes are made really thin. Some are no thicker than the metal in a 55 gallon barrel or the thickness of a trailer fender!! That's why you see so many split and broken apart.

Our firebox is almost .400 inches thick as opposed to .200 in many furnaces. That's almost 1/2 inch!! They never rust through.
1/2" upgrade available for just $175

We just replaced a Hardy a week or so ago and there are many leaking Central Boilers and Hardys on eBay for sale, that are leaking.

4. Stainless is more prone to stress cracks, so why use it?

5. Unless the stainless is retreated after welding, you've lost all of it's properties through the heating of the metal. And it's being welded to mild steel anyway, so what's the use?

Like I said, it's a great sales feature but our super thick mild steel furnace heats better, doesn't crack and split - and last longer!

If stainless was better, we'd surely be using it after 41 years of experience.

Best regards,

Randy


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SAFETY!

The potential for electrical shock is something we have tried to totally eliminate. That is why unlike our competitor's stoves, our stoves do not have electrical control boxes, draft fans, etc., on the outside. We believe these impose too much risk should a problem ever arise. We also believe that to have anything too complicated on a wood furnace is unnecessary. We have made our furnaces to be simple, and reliable and we have proven that with 40 years of use.

We do not have complicated self-fill, or water level indicators on our furnaces. They are simply things to wear out or malfunction requiring costly service and repairs. We install a simple manual valve which you turn on until water runs out the overflow, and flip back off. SIMPLE! (This takes about 10 seconds.)

These stoves were developed by us, for our own use. We started making them for others slowly and now our stoves are well known locally for their simplicity, and their maintenance-free operation. Shaver has sold several thousand in their county alone! We are sure that if you purchase one of our stoves you will be completely satisfied with our stove throughout its long service life which you will enjoy.

Hot Water Wood Furnaces are indeed the very best heating choice. We are positive that a few years down the road when others are making costly repairs to the overly complex system they purchased from our competitors, you will be quite comfortable and enjoying your new cost effective Shaver's Hot Water Wood Furnace.


We have a dealer in the  UK now!

Check their website out HERE!


About us:

Shaver Furnace is a privately held company and was established in 1972. Shaver Heating and Air preceded it and dates back to 1950. Gerald Shaver and his Dad were in the heating and air business for decades. They began to develop their first prototype for their own home, in the 60's. Gerald Shaver knew there had to be a better way than to pay for oil, even though it was cheap back then. His main concern however, was to get rid of the smoke and ashes in the house. It was obvious it could cause serious health problems. Besides the soot all over the place was a chore to clean. 

Having the wood outside already, made the plan simple. Put the wood stove outside! Stick something like a heater core from a car in the plenum and it would radiate heat - and the hot water could be pumped from the outside. He developed a model for himself and continued to improve on it over the years. In 1972 he decided to start selling the furnaces and an industry was born. Shaver furnace was indeed the first. The last revision was made in 1978 and the furnace remains unchanged, except for cosmetics, today. Now Gerald's son Billy heads up the business.

 

We have been in business for 41 years and we are a family run business. We have sold THOUSANDS of furnaces across the country. We are a brick and mortar business in Salem Arkansas - and we are here to stay.

We stand behind the quality of our furnaces 100%.

We believe that we can give you a quality furnace and save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars at the same time.

 

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Older eBay Feedback received on the Shaver Outdoor Wood Furnace!

 

Positive feedback rating
Excellent transaction, great to work with, Thank You A++++++++++++++
Buyer  wack486( 164Feedback score is 100 to 499)
 Mar-19-07 08:01 Private
Reply by aware: We're glad you like your Shaver Outdoor Wood Burning Furnace! Item: 200081083241
 Mar-27-07 12:02
Positive feedback rating
Great transaction. Fast delivery. Product as advertised. Thanks
Buyer  matthewdanielle( 101Feedback score is 100 to 499)
 Feb-23-07 10:50 Private
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 Feb-23-07 20:20

 

 

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Received. Thanks!
Buyer  meadofarm( 999Feedback score is 500 to 999)
 Dec-20-06 07:38 Private
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great ebayer five stars!!! THANK YOU!,
Buyer  salemania20032003( 16Feedback score is 10 to 49)
 Dec-11-06 16:02 Private
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Great people to deal with. Fast shipping! Highly recommended.
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Positive feedback rating As nice, courteous, and helpful a sellers as you will EVER find! Great furnace too!
Buyer   srs2965( 147Feedback score is 100 to 499) Oct-29-06 200022077677
Positive feedback rating would recommend excellent service thanks guys
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Positive feedback rating a++++++
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Reply by aware: We're glad you like your Shaver Outdoor Wood Burning Furnace! Item: 200032015228 Oct-15-06
               
               
Positive feedback rating
Wood Boiler seems like a great unit. Yet to hook it up. Smooth Process!
Buyer  fasteddie412( 38Feedback score is 10 to 49)
 May-02-06 11:38 6049085358
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 May-08-06 08:12
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honest and very helpful seller
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 Apr-22-06 06:20 6038105553
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