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Wood Furnaces

Wood Furnaces

Pick up a new wood burning furnace at L&M Fleet Supply and stay cozy this winter.

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  1. US Stove Company Hot Blast Wood Furnace
    United States Stove Company US Stove Company Hot Blast Wood Furnace
    Regular Price $1,899.99 Special Price $1,749.99
  2. Drolet Deco II Wood Stove
    Drolet Drolet Deco II Wood Stove
    $1,099.99
  3. Drolet Deco Nano Wood Stove
    Drolet Drolet Deco Nano Wood Stove
    $999.99
  4. WoodMaster 4400 Heavy Duty Wood Furnace
    WoodMaster WoodMaster 4400 Heavy Duty Wood Furnace
    As low as $11,395.00
  5. Drolet Blackcomb II Wood Stove
    Drolet Drolet Blackcomb II Wood Stove
    Regular Price $999.99 Special Price $899.99
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Stay Warm With The Best Wood Burning Furnaces At L&M Fleet Supply

Whether you’re setting up in your home, backyard or fishing hut, there are a variety of options out there that will help bring wood-burning warmth to your space.

We’re A Top Supplier Of WoodMaster Furnaces

L&M Fleet Supply is a top vendor of WoodMaster furnaces, stoves and burners of all types. When you’re looking for a new wood furnace, you can’t go wrong with WoodMaster. Take a look at several models, such as:

Of course, that’s not all we offer. Try this award-winning option from Fire Chief, the 2020 EPA Certified Wood Burning Indoor Furnace. You get a whole-home heating system that delivers warmer air, cleaner exhaust and longer burn times than almost any other option available to today’s consumer.

FAQs

Is a wood burning furnace worth it?

If you find yourself paying ever-growing gas or electricity bills to heat your home, a wood furnace may be worth it. They will require more upkeep to stay heated, such as reloading wood and cleaning ash, but the price of wood remains consistently lower than gas or electricity.

Is it cheaper to burn wood or pellets?

Wood is slightly cheaper than pellets, although wood doesn’t burn as long. Regardless, pellet heating is lower than gas, oil, propane and electric, and considered cost effective on a BTU-per-dollar basis.