Less expensive heat that doesn’t go out when there’s a bad storm.
In a nutshell, that’s why many rural properties feature outdoor wood furnaces, but the technology inside wood furnaces has also improved to make them more environmentally sustainable (read: efficient).
“Everybody seems to keep their house, shops and buildings a lot warmer than they used to and you’re not paying the big dollars for the heating bill,” notes Randy Laur of Randy Laur Burner Services in this video.
Filmed at the 2015 Outdoor Farm Show in Woodstock, the video features Laur taking RealAg’s Shaun Haney on a tour of a Heatmaster G-Series wood furnace:
Watch more coverage of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show ’15 here
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