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Welcome to Oregon Wood Heat

We are fortunate to live in an area where wood is plentiful, inexpensive and a lot of times Free. With the Rising Costs of energy, these highly efficient wood fired furnaces can heat your home, shop, or business with safe pollution free heating, which will quickly Pay for itself over time. We invite you to explore the information and Videos to discover why Central Boiler is far ahead of the competition with the Highest Thermal Efficiency and Lowest Emisions of any Outdoor Wood Furnace. There is no more efficient and safer way to heat with wood than with a Central Boiler, period.

Call us to find out how you can easily Retrofit your existing heating method with one of these money saving units today.

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NOTICE 

It appears as though the EPA is finally going to get off the fence and set emission standards for wood boiler. When this happens Central Boiler says they will no longer be able to sell the Classic in any of the 50 states. If you are planning to get a Classic, time is running out.
Pending revisions to Federal Regulations called the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) currently in development with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). Revisions to the NSPS will include outdoor furnaces and other classes of wood heating appliances. - See more at: http://www.outdoorfurnacefacts.com/#sthash.MINBTJey.dpuf

 

Central Boiler Leads the Way in Green Technology for Outdoor Wood Furnaces, Becoming the Only to Receive an EPA Qualifying Label

 

 

Article from Grants Pass Daily Courier - Jan 23, 2008

"It's really gone high, gone crazy" says a local about the cost of heating bills