"This Timber Ridge Wood-Burning Furnace provides whole-house heat for 8 to 10 hours on a single load. Use it as an add-on or freestanding. Not for sale in AK/CA/MH/MP/OR/PR/PW/WA. Product Type Stove, Flue Collar Size in. 6, Dimensions W x D x H in. 25 x 34 x 37, Thermostat Included Yes, EPA Exempt Yes, Heating Capability sq. ft. 3,000, Clearance from Side Wall in. 16, Igniter No, Blower Included Yes, EPA Certified No, Fuel Type Wood, Assembly Required No, BTU Output 100,000, Clearance from Rear Wall in. 13, Blower Power Supply Volts, Amps 110V, Stove Pipe Included No, Max. Log Size Accepted L in. 25, Full Load Run Time Hours 8-10 hours, Door Opening W x H in. 13 x 113, UL 1482, Clearance from Corner in. 12, Blower CFM 850, Mobile Home Approved No. Holds up to a 25in.L log Powerful 850 CFM blower increases heat output Includes thermostat and ash pan 6in. flue collar size EPA-exempt UL 1482 listed"
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1 of 1(100%)would recommend this product to a friend.
I installed this furnace in my basement a few months ago over the summer to reduce the amount of time my heat pump ran in the winter. I built a cold air return plenum around the blower and ran an independent cold air return to it from my 1st floor. I tied the 8" outlet directly into my main supply trunk line. It has just gotten cold enough to fire it up. The finished area of my house is 2750 sq ft and if you include the unfinished basement it's around 3500 sq ft. The outside temp was around 45 to 55 all day and this furnace had no trouble keeping the entire house around 73 degrees. As a matter of fact, because I'm still learning how this thing works, our house was around 77-78 when we went to bed. Not sure of full run times between reloads because it just started using it. However, the first day using it, I loaded it up around 8PM and the blower was still turning on occasionally because of the hot coals left over around 7AM. I would definitely recommend this to anyone with a source of firewood and a wood chimney flue near your existing heating duct work so you can tie it in. For the money you can't go wrong!