Getting a Heatmaster G200! Whoop! Whoop!

Frogburner

Member
Feb 23, 2017
10
Missouri
Well, out with the old and in with the new! After the old traditional boiler, were upgrading to a new gasser! They are suppose to install this weekend or next week so hopefully everything works out for next winter. Hoping this thing will be pretty efficient, were going from a Woodmaster 5500 to the Heatmaster G200, should be a noticable difference.
 
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E Yoder

Feeling the Heat
Jan 27, 2017
320
Floyd, VA
That's awesome. Post some pictures.
 

E Yoder

Feeling the Heat
Jan 27, 2017
320
Floyd, VA
I'm assuming you mean til cold weather. It's been pretty warm here in VA too.
I'm still burning for hot water. Cleaning up junk wood. I just like to burn.
 

Frogburner

Member
Feb 23, 2017
10
Missouri
Yes, I've been looking at them for a while and just had one put in after our winter. I'm in southeast Missouri, so we dont really get the hard winters like others do.
 

brenndatomu

Minister of Fire
Aug 21, 2013
4,258
NE Ohio
I know of another guy that installed a G200 last year...he is over the moon happy with it so far.
Hope you didn't cheap out on the underground lines...
 

Frogburner

Member
Feb 23, 2017
10
Missouri
I know of another guy that installed a G200 last year...he is over the moon happy with it so far.
Hope you didn't cheap out on the underground lines...
I hope I didn't cheap out, I have Uphonor insulated pipe that's about 3 feet down, seems to be pretty good stuff. I was mowing the field this afternoon and kept looking at the stove, obviously ready to light it up. But I though it was crazy how big and clumsy the old stove was versus this new G200, just seems too small but holds only a few gallons less that the other. I will definitely do a review on this boiler on my YouTube channel.
 

Karl_northwind

Minister of Fire
Feb 13, 2012
513
Central Wi.
Great upgrade! I'm curious if it can take 24" wood.
It will, but it's happier if it's more like 22 inches. It can bridge up a little on the corners if the ash builds up much, but it's not a big deal.