Getting a Heatmaster G200! Whoop! Whoop!

Frogburner Posted By Frogburner, May 2, 2019 at 9:29 PM

  1. Frogburner

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    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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  2. E Yoder

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    That's awesome. Post some pictures.
     
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  3. Frogburner

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    Guess I have to wait till fall.
     

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  4. E Yoder

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    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.
     
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  5. Frogburner

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    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.
     
  6. brenndatomu

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    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...
     
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  7. Frogburner

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    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.
     
  8. gabenson

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    Great upgrade! I'm curious if it can take 24" wood.
     
  9. Karl_northwind

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    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.
     
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