If you’re considering investing in an outdoor furnace, you’ve already made the first decision toward cost-effective heating. Heatmor outdoor furnaces are designed with complete efficiency in mind, allowing them to heat your home, garage, spa, or pool all year round with ease. Whether you’re burning wood, pellets, coal, or used oil, your Heatmor residential furnace is economical and quite convenient. Still not convinced? Here are just a few top qualities of a Heatmor residential furnace.
The one of a kind bladder system of a Heatmor outdoor furnace system design enables it to become a semi-closed furnace. This quality helps to lower the amount of evaporation and pressure that builds up and accumulates within the inner workings of the systems. The bladder system is also able to hold water once it’s been heated, which helps to decrease the need to add water overall. Keep in mind that when you do add water to the Heatmor furnace system, you’re also adding a certain level of contaminants, thus increasing the chances for rust and corrosion development and damage. Overall, the bladder system of a Heatmor furnace is designed to optimize lifespan.
Many outdoor furnace system users have trouble removing ash from their furnaces and think that it can only be done when the fire is completely burnt out. But with the innovative design of the Heatmor’s ash auger system, ashes can be removed quickly and easily, even when the fire is still burning. When asked in a survey, almost half of all Heatmor owners cited this revolutionary tool as one of the primary reasons they chose the trusted Heatmor brand.
High Quality Insulation
Many people don’t realize that the insulated used in Heatmor systems is the same that’s used to insulate homes: fiberglass bat insulation. This specific type is non-flammable and incredibly durable, keeping your furnace efficient.
Outdoor furnaces are a cost-effective source of heating energy. Owners who cut their own wood, or can obtain free wood as fuel, can entirely eliminate their heating bills. Over a 10-year period, a homeowner or business may save $10,000 to $50,000 or more on heating costs. Understanding the countless reasons to invest in a trusted brand like a Heatmor is the key to determining whether or not an outdoor furnace is right for your needs. For more information about residential furnaces, contact Outback Heating of Virginia, Inc.