Hi! I'm new to the forums. I'm in the planning process of building a 2000sq ft Saltbox (FirstDay Cottage) with radiant heat in central NY (using R20 foamboard for roof and walls). I'm trying to determine what boiler system to purchase, the design, and where to locate it. I want a reliable wood gassification boiler that is simple, easy to fix, and easy to clean. In reviewing wood gassification boilers, I like the Econoburn (made in NY) and Vedolux30 (Sweden). It appears that the Vedolux is more efficient, complex, but easy to clean (and probably a bit more expensive). I'm leaning towards the Econoburn, but is the cleaning process that complex? Also, are there any other good US (preferably NE) manufacturers? I'm thinking the design will be like the NoFossil simplest pressurized storage system design using a refurbished 500gallon propane tank as a thermal storage tank. Solar thermal will provide DHW and a propane hot water tank will provide backup to the wood boiler and DHW. In choosing location, is there a reason why I couldn't locate the boiler and tanks in a large utility room in an attached 22 x 30 garage (R20 insulated and heated)? JP11 said in another thread "Gotta have NO door from there to real garage". Is that for insurance reasons? I like the idea of backing in a trailer of seasoned/split wood into the garage, and stacking it there.