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 furnace available
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, NY and VT and may be good in many other states too!
As far as we know, the ThermoWind
allowed in Indiana
and most other states because their restrictions are 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, in many states.
Please consider this simple and inexpensive
EPA Certified wood burning stove now - below:
another manufacturer of an
outdoor wood burning furnace that
has just completed and exceeded the EPA
standards for Phase 2 qualifications and received White Tag
Does NOT need to use less than 20% moisture content
wood like all of the others!!
thousands less than competitors!
CALL FOR INFORMATION!