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To Garn or Not to Garn

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by stihlgoin, Mar 13, 2008.

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  1. stihlgoin

    stihlgoin New Member

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    I have pics of concrete forms and thermopex. Not what anybody is dying to see yet...........

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  2. chrisfallis

    chrisfallis Member

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    I want a Garn in my garage so badly I can taste it. Pray, good fellow, what differences do you see between the Switzer burn and the Garn? I don't want to plop down $15K on a product and then have a Homer Simpson "Doh!" moment (with appropriate slap to the forehead) right after my installation is finished.
  3. smangold

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    The biggest thing is a pressure system vs. non with pressure you can hit higher temps. Switzers have two speed fans.wasting less heat mid burn.Also it senses when to shut the fan off not wasting heat after the fire is off. It is just plain better , if you compared them side by side for a hour. It would be quite evident. this is not to say a Garn isn't very good . It is . I might ruffle feathers but it is simply a better system.All the little things Gary does set it apart.
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