Thoune’s is proud to sell HEATMOR™ outdoor wood stoves. Built from 409 stainless steel and backed by a limited lifetime warranty, the Heatmor furnaces provide safe, economical, and convenient ways of burning wood, corn and used oil.
All Heatmor outdoor furnaces feature:
- 409-gauge stainless-steel construction
- Limited lifetime warranty
- 22 color options to complement your home, garage, shop or business
The benefits of having a HEATMOR™ outdoor furnace include:
- LOWER or ELIMINATING heating bills.
- NO MESS inside your home.
- NO RISK OF FIRE in your home from outdoor furnace.
- NO WORRY of carbon monoxide poisoning due to gas fumes.
- NO INCONVENIENCE of splitting and hauling wood into your home.
HEATMOR™ stainless steel outdoor furnaces are easy to load, maintain, efficient to operate and available in a wide selection of attractive colors. Each furnace is specifically designed, lab tested and proven to outlast mild steel brands up to three times longer.
the finest stainless steel outdoor furnace in the industry. With rising fuel prices, the choice to experience the quality of HEATMOR™ couldn’t be easier.
You will experience considerable savings with your HEATMOR™ furnace. It is designed to work as easily with existing heating systems as well as new construction. Heat your home, garage, work shop, greenhouse, pool or spa, domestic hot water or snow melt system. The more heating needs you have, the greater the savings, because a HEATMOR™ system can add warmth to your life inside and out.
Your HEATMOR™ furnace operates on a simple principle. Burning wood inside the furnace heats water that is pumped underground to your home and/or other buildings. There it can be connected to your forced air furnace, boiler system, hot water heater, or heat exchanger to provide steady, comfortable and efficient heating.
Fuel Cost Comparison Chart
The cost of keeping your family warm has increased dramatically in the past few years, but the economic savings of burning alternative fuels can be astronomical. For instance, if you own a wood lot, your fuel costs will be processing only, possibly saving you thousands of dollars!
The amount of heat created or used is measured in BTU’s. An average home uses 100,000,000 BTU’s of total energy for heating per year. This includes 20 percent usage for the heating of domestic hot water. Based on this total consumption, the following amounts of fuel would be required to produce 100,000,000 BTU’s.
By using the Cost Comparison Chart below and your previous heating bills you can determine heating costs and total cost savings.