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Furnace Boiler

Furnace

Forced air furnaces generate heat by warming the air using electrical resistors. The air is then blown into the home by a fan and through a network of ducts that are concealed in walls and ceilings. The forced air furnace can also be equipped with different accessories: an air filter, humidifier or fresh air fan, or both.

This type of system is best suited for homes with many rooms separated by walls, where the air does not circulate naturally. If you already have a furnace, but it uses another power source, a change could be beneficial. You may save money and time by keeping the ventilation system and the chimney (if it is up to code).

A wood furnace burns a log to produce heat, while a pellet furnace uses pellets derived from sawdust as fuel. Wood furnaces are equipped with a container that automatically dispenses pellets and fuels the fire, therefore a much simpler system as compared to using logs.

An automated system provides a continuous flow of pellets that are dispensed according to your needs. The pellets can be contained in the system (stove) itself which is loaded using 20 or 40 lbs (10 or 20 kg) bags. For larger or less accessible systems, fuel is automatically supplied from a line connected to a silo. The air that is necessary to fuel the fire is blown in by a fan.

Choosing the best appliance installer is imperative to guaranteeing your machine’s effectiveness and that it remains energy-saving for years to come. Our specialized technicians will ensure that your system is optimized for full performance and installed according to current norms and standards. We are experts when it comes to solid combustion, meaning wood burning appliances. Whether you are considering log or pellet burning equipment, we have the solution for your central heating needs. Wood: an economical, ecological and local solution!

Boiler

Boilers use a network of water pipes to distribute heat throughout all parts of a home. The system heats the water which is then pumped through the pipes. If you have a hot water system like heated floors, this type of setup is highly recommended. If you are in the process of building, it is also a solution to consider because it not only offers comfort but also adds value to a home. 

A wood burning boiler burns a log to produce heat, while a pellet burning boiler uses pellets derived from sawdust as fuel. Wood burning boilers are equipped with containers that automatically dispense pellets and fuel the fire, therefore a much simpler system as compared to using logs.

An automated system provides a continuous flow of pellets that are dispensed according to your needs. The pellets can be contained in the system (stove) itself which is loaded using 20 or 40 lbs (10 or 20 kg) bags. For larger or less accessible systems, fuel is automatically supplied from a line connected to a silo. The air that is necessary to fuel the fire is blown in by a fan.

Choosing the best appliance installer is imperative to guaranteeing your machine’s effectiveness and that it remains energy-saving for years to come. Our specialized technicians will ensure that your system is optimized for full performance and installed according to current norms and standards. We are experts when it comes to solid combustion, meaning wood burning appliances. Whether you are considering log or pellet burning equipment, we have the solution for your central heating needs. Wood: an economical, ecological and local solution!

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