Emissions Standards, Installation and More
Americans are more interested than ever in exploring alternative solutions for reducing high energy costs and the country’s dependence on foreign oil.
Outdoor furnaces, also referred to by some as outdoor boilers or hydronic heaters, burn renewable wood and offer a safe, cost-effective, energy-efficient, and environmentally responsible option for home and business heating. However, it is important to install and operate the furnace properly and according to manufacturer recommendations.
To learn more about outdoor furnaces, changing regulations, environmentally responsible heating, and how to access industry reports, explore the links below and get the Outdoor Furnace Facts.
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page to find additional information about:
- How the leading outdoor furnace manufacturer is creating environmentally responsible heating alternatives.
- Government and industry guidelines and regulations.
- Who are your local, state and federal representatives?