Newbie Looking to Install Pellet Wood Boiler

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Minister of Fire
Apr 12, 2008
NE Wisconsin
I would seriously look at an indoor unit versus outdoor. All of the radiant heat is kept in the house and not lost outdoors.
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New Member
Sep 17, 2021
Mulberry, TN
All ... quick update ... landed on Windhager BioWin332. Wood Pellets! This has turned into a project though. Putting in a shed (161' from the house!) Trying to find ThermoPex, plumbing supplies, etc is challenging right now. Prices are high ... but Propane is getting higher! Anyone have questions? I can do a write up when it is all over. Thanks to @Tennman for a lot of help!


Minister of Fire
Sep 15, 2011
Nova Scotia
Cord wood can be the cheapest heat if you are healthy and can cut your own...
IMO it's the cheapest even if you have to buy it.
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Minister of Fire
Aug 22, 2010
Northern Canada
IMO it's the cheapest even if you have to buy it.
Up here spruce is $500 a cord...
mostly because the gooberment has it's head up it's ass.
All the firewood suppliers are waiting for permits and everyone is out of stock.