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Outdoor Furnace Best Practices
To Produce Safe and Efficient Home Heating
 

Outdoor furnace manufacturers are working with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on testing standards and with state and local governments on appropriate regulations to prevent and/or correct misuse of outdoor wood furnaces - including burning anything other than the manufacturer's listed fuels and operating with too short of a chimney - to encourage cleaner burning wood furnaces that produce safe and efficient heat.

To learn more about what outdoor furnace owners and dealers can do to minimize nuisance conditions, check out:
- Manufacturers' Best Burn Practices.
Read about what owners, dealers and neighbors think about outdoor furnaces by linking to Real Users.
 

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A safe, efficient outdoor furnace that can provide 100% of your heating needs.Outdoor Boilers of Europe distributes the Classic Outdoor Wood Furnace. Heats multiple buildings, hot tubs, pools, greenhouses, domestic water and more.

While burning wood indoors can mean many problems, there is an alternative... The Classic outdoor wood furnace from Outdoor Boilers of Europe. The Classic eliminates the problems associated with indoor burning and allows you to get even more benefits from wood heat. This outdoor furnace can actually improve the indoor environment in your home or business, while eliminating the time-consuming chore of tending a traditional wood stove. In addition, tests show that the Classic is the most efficient outdoor wood furnace, with the fewest emissions.