Wondering what an outdoor boiler costs? Let's get into it but first a couple questions.
How much do you want to heat? A bigger outdoor stove will cost more so figure up the square feet of your house before we start talking prices.
Question Two: What are you heating? If you're heating a house, you'll need an EPA certified model which, while it burns around half the wood, will cost a bit more than a more traditional boiler. If you're heating a house, you're probably looking at a G-Series of GS-Series boiler but for commercial use, you can still use a MF-Series or C-Series furnace.
HeatMaster G-Series Outdoor Boilers
The G-Series is HeatMaster's flagship line of outdoor wood furnaces. They exceed the EPA's emissions testing requirements and have lots of features that make them easy to use.
HeatMaster GS-Series Outdoor Boilers
The GS-Series is a lot like the G-Series regarding the basic design but it doesn't have a smoke bypass option to suck the smoke from the fire box before you open the door. The GS-Series is also EPA certified.
HeatMaster C-Series Outdoor Boilers
The C-Series is a coal burning outdoor furnace. This can be used to heat homes with coal or for commercial use.
Heatmaster MFe-Series Outdoor Boilers
The MF-Series is a multi-fuel outdoor furnace from HeatMaster that can be used for commercial applications.
HeatMaster B-Series Outdoor Boilers
The B-Series is an auto-feed chip/biomass boiler for commercial or residential use.
Another factor in the cost of an outdoor wood boiler is the cost of the installation. While this can vary dramatically depending on the distance your boiler is from your house and how many appliances you are hooking the boiler to you can usually count on at least $1200 in installation costs.
HeatMaster currently works with a couple of companies to provide financing options at competitive interest rates.