Unplugged Energy Independence

The EPA-Certified CleanFire

Posted by Kelsey Loeffler on Thu,Nov 03,2016 @ 11:35 AM

CleanFire_EPA_FLeft.pngIgnite the Revolution.

Patent-pending design changes heating from the inside out.

Burns hotter. Cleans easier. Lasts longer.

We are excited to announce that our recently released outdoor wood boiler, the CleanFire, is EPA-certified. 

Along with its revolutionary design features, including the dry fire chamber, it is also an ASME certified boiler. ASME certification ensures the use of the highest quality materials and workmanship resulting in a boiler life expectancy of 40+ years.

The WoodMaster CleanFire has many industry leading features and benefits. Three key components of the CleanFire include:

1. Dry Fire Chamber- Patent-pending design. No ceramics. No damaging corrosion. No creosote build-up.

2. ASME Pressurized Vessel- The ASME H stamped boiler keeps oxygen out of the system, preventing corrosion to the water jacket. ASME certification ensures the use of the highest quality materials and workmanship.

3. WoodMaster Control- Designed to protect the components of the CleanFire. Very user friendly.

Watch our Features and Benefits video to learn more about this great product!

Topics: eco-friendly, Wood furnaces, affordable heat, local energy, EPA, outdoor wood heat, renewable fuel, clean burn, home heating, clean energy

Homeowners Investing in Energy-efficiency

Posted by Kelsey Gagner on Mon,Apr 09,2012 @ 02:35 PM

According to a recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive, 61% of homeowners say they are unaware of any current tax rebates and/or incentives for energy-efficient home upgrades in their area.

If you are in this category, there are many resources available to help you out.  One of the best we have found is DSIRE.

DSIRE is a comprehensive source of information on state, local, utility and federal incentives and policies that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.  Established in 1995 and funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, DSIRE is an ongoing project of the N.C. Solar Center and Interstate Renewable Energy Council.

With two easy ways to search for incentives in your area, this site is very user-friendly. 

Go to http://www.dsireusa.org/ and use one of the following two options to find incentives in your area:

    1. Click on your state.  A list of incentives for your state will be brought up.

    1. Click on the ‘Search DSIRE’ box and fill in the information that pertains to you and a list of the incentives available will be brought up.

 To find a WoodMaster dealer near you check out our dealer locator.

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Clean burn, healthy planet

Posted by Kelsey Gagner on Mon,Aug 22,2011 @ 11:19 AM

Forest photo from sxc.huIf burning through your budget isn’t reason enough to switch, consider the environmental benefits of heating with an outdoor wood-burning furnace.

Burning wood is carbon neutral. Though it does release some carbon dioxide into the earth’s atmosphere, the amount released is equal to the amount trees absorb as they grow. Compared to fossil fuels, wood’s balanced carbon exchange is impressive. Fossil fuels have no way of counter-balancing the gas production. Wood is naturally carbon neutral.

Wood is also renewable. As fossil fuels’ carbon footprint grows, our stock of them shrinks. When we run out of oil, coal and natural gas, they’ll be gone. Forever. Wood, however, is completely renewable. That’s right, you can’t grow oil. But you can sure grow trees. Right here in America. Beautiful.

Since WoodMaster furnaces burn so efficiently, the time it takes to grow a tree is fast enough to replace the tree that was cut down for use in a furnace. This means your WoodMaster furnace keeps your home warm and your property lined with trees.

WoodMaster furnaces burn cleanly. Compared to the 7.5 grams per hour of carbon emissions produced by an indoor wood stove, a WoodMaster pellet furnace emits just 1.2 grams per hour of carbon. That’s a considerable difference.

We hope this is clear: WoodMaster furnaces take it easy on your wallet and our world. Now that’s something worth sharing.

Did you switch your home heat source to an outdoor wood furnace because of its environmental advantages? Please, do tell.

Topics: Wood furnaces, woodmaster, renewable energy, wood furnace, wood master, carbon footprint, clean burn, outdoor wood furnace, clean energy, green technology

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