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Frequently Asked Questions
Installation parts used for a first time installation are insulated underground pipe, heat exchangers, pumps, pex piping, and plumbing fittings.
Be sure to ask your insurance company. Most require at least 25 feet away from your residence.
This depends on how many square feet you plan on heating. A typical home will consume approximately 6-10 cords of wood per heating season.
No; however, split wood dries quicker and produces more BTUs per pound. Wet or green (fresh) wood is not recommended for burning.
Yes. You should always have a back-up system in place, especially if you live in colder climates.
Any dry wood is good to burn; however, some species of wood are more efficient and easier to split than others. Ash, red oak, white oak, beech, birch, hickory, hard maple pecan, and dogwood are all exceptional woods to burn.
To get the most out of your outdoor wood furnace or indoor / outdoor coal boiler, we recommend treating your system with control chemical to prevent corrosion and scale buildup. This ensures the maximum longevity and efficiency of your system.