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Englander 28-3500 add-on

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by PapaDeTrois, Feb 17, 2008.

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  1. PapaDeTrois

    PapaDeTrois New Member

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    I'm a little impatient this Sunday.... Anyone know a ballpark price on the Englander 28-3500 add-on wood furnace?

    I'm sitting here with the kids napping and I just "have" to know!

    Papa de Trois

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  2. jdew1920

    jdew1920 New Member

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    Around $1000.

    HD sells them online $1250 or so delivered.
  3. PapaDeTrois

    PapaDeTrois New Member

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    Thanks so much for the response...
    I will check some sites once I get the kids to bed tonight.
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    jdew1920 New Member

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    No problem. I've been looking at add on furnaces as well. There are a few in that price range. One that I've heard pretty good things about is made by Daka and sold through Menards. That one runs $799, although a little smaller than the Englander. My plan is to watch ebay and any local deals to see if I can catch something on clearance if not I guess Menards keeps the Daka's in stock year round and they occasionally go on sale.
  5. PapaDeTrois

    PapaDeTrois New Member

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    way to go... I am not going to leap right in either... but I filled my LP tank in december and I am at 45% right now. At those rates and prices from 2.25 to 3.00 $ per gallon, I NEED to look into this.
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    If you're heating with propane than you could probably go a little more upscale and still get your money back pretty quick. A little bit nicer one that I've seen and like, but a little more than I want to spend is the Yukon Eagle Big Jack or Super Jack. Another nice one, and clean burning, is the PSG Caddy also sold as US Stove Co Model 1950 (w/fan) / 1900 (no fan).
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