Just a general comment for all of you who are thinking about pulling the trigger on any wood boiler this summer. DO IT NOW! DO NOT WAIT!! Prices for steel are going through the roof as we speak. I know Garn is already dealing with a steel surcharge and I am aware of a couple other lines that are talking 10%+ price increases in the very near future also. I just priced out a 2.5MMbtu steam boiler for a commercial job we'll be doing this summer and the manufacturer will not even provide a firm price until a deposit of 25% is in their hand. They will give me a price range to work with for 14 days and after that all the numbers are void. They told me to anticipate at least 8-10% and that is a chunk of change on a $50K item. Steel pipe is starting to act like copper, which might as well be made out of unobtainium from what I can see. (just paid $.78 per foot for a 250' roll of 12-2 MC cable at the supply house) One of my suppliers just sent out a new price sheet for malleable iron fittings that shows a jump of about 16% across the board. When I called about it they told me it looks like there will be another increase within 60 days for nearly the same amount. After that they do not know where it will be. From what I can see right now, prices for anything made from steel or iron will be up 20% by July.