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    How To Select A Heating System

    There are many types of home heating systems that you can choose from. Your choice will depend on a number of factors, including the price of different types of fuel in your area, the age of your home, and your budget.

    Each home heating option will have its advantages and disadvantages and it's important to understand both when choosing what's right for your needs and budget.

    Below are some popular types of residential home heating systems:

    Heating With Wood

    Wood heating products at Tractor Supply Co. are highly efficient, compact, and clean burning with new advanced technology.

    Wood is the most economical heating fuel you can use and is a renewable energy resource. By heating with wood, even the loss of electrical power does not interrupt the heating of your home. With energy costs increasing, wood heat is the best cost saving solution to heating your home. A stove in your living area keeps the rooms where you spend most of your time warm, while bedrooms and basements stay cool. Start using wood today, and start seeing savings on your heating bill tomorrow.

    IN-SERIES INSTALLATION DIAGRAM

    As a central furnace series installation, the unit functions independently of any other systems. The blowers will come on when the plenum temperature reaches the setting on the blower control.

    Add-on furnaces are designed to be a supplemental or central/whole heating source for your home. The add-on furnaces offered are designed to operate in either a parallel or series airflow arrangement with the central furnace or as a central furnace. For further installation information or questions, please refer to the owner's manual included inside with each of the stoves.

    PARALLEL ADD-ON INSTALLATION DIAGRAM

    In a parallel installation, the design is to work in conjunction with your existing central heating unit. It is possible that both systems will operate simultaneously. It is recommended, that for the most efficient use of your add-on furnace in a parallel installation, that it be fired as much as possible in order to reduce the demand on your existing central heating system to maximize energy savings.

    Heating With Multi-Fuel or Wood Pellets

    Multi-fuels consist of wood pellets, corn or cherry pits. They take only 25% of the storage space required for wood logs, to achieve the same BTUs. They have 5 to 14% moisture content which creates a very efficient fuel.

    If you are upgrading your old wood-burning system or are planning to purchase a new wood-burning stove, consider a multi-fuel stove as a quiet, inexpensive and efficient heating option. Multi-fuel stoves offer clean and cost efficient heat at the flip of a switch.

    Instead of logs, pellet stoves burn a renewable fuel made of ground, dried wood, crop waste, waste paper, and other organic materials compressed into pellets. Friendly and beautiful to look at, these low maintenance units will enhance the décor of any room.

    VENTING THROUGH THE WALL

    1. Determine the length of pipe needed to properly vent your unit.
      • Use black, single-wall stove pipe from unit to the wall thimble. This allows for heat to radiate inside the home.
      • Use double- or triple-wall stove pipe to complete vent from wall thimble to top of chimney. This allows for the pipe to pass through combustible materials without risking fire.
      • For proper horizontal venting, a rise is needed for every foot of vent pipe; for example, a four foot pipe would need to be one inch higher on the wall than the stove.
    2. Use no more than two 90 deg. elbows for venting, as this may cause draft problems.

    VENTING THROUGH THE ROOF

    1. Determine the length of pipe needed to properly vent your unit.
      • Use black, single-wall stove pipe from the unit to the ceiling support box. This allows for heat to radiate inside the home.
      • Use double- or triple-wall stove pipe to complete vent through ceiling to top of chimney. This allows for the pipe to pass through combustible materials without risking fire.
    2. Measure the distance between the ceiling and roof to determine the amount of triple wall pipe needed to complete the installation.
    3. Determine the pitch, or angle of your roof, for the flashing.
    4. Use no more than two 90 deg. elbows for venting, as this may cause draft problems.

    VENTING FOR MULTI-FUEL OR PELLET STOVE

    Heating With Vent-Free Gas

    (Natural Gas & Liquid Propane)

    WHY HEAT WITH VENT-FREE GAS

    • CONTROL - Easy temperature control for comfort, safety & efficiency.
    • EFFICIENT - 99.9% more energy efficient than most forms of heat.
    • RELIABLE - If you lose power you can continue to heat without the blower.
    • CLEAN BURNING - No wood to handle or ashes to clean.
    • AGENCY CERTIFIED - Each model is CSA or PFS design-certified to the current national safety standards.

    WHY USE ZONE HEATING

    • Gives you the temperature you want! Instant heating for small rooms, garages, workshops, etc.
    • SAVE ON HEATING BILLS
      Use vent-free gas products and "turn down the thermostat."
    • SAVE ON INSTALLATION COST
      Vent-free gas heaters operate on gas or propane and can be placed almost anywhere in the home. They do not require a vent, chimney, or hole-in-the-wall.
    • Vent-free gas products allow you to control the temperature in each room, only heating the space (zone) you are using.

    BENEFITS OF VENT-FREE GAS

    Turn down your central thermostat and turn up the heat in the room of your choice. Vent-free heaters are affordable, reliable and 99.9% efficient. They include up-to-date safety features like flame-failure protection and an oxygen detection safety-pilot or ODS. Each model is CSA or PFS design-certified to the current national safety standards. And because all heaters use gas, you can save up to 70% compared to heating with electricity.

    BENEFITS OF DUAL FUEL

    The revolutionary dual fuel selection valve allows for conversion of LP to Natural Gas. The valve allows the customer to use either gas. Now that more homes are switching from LP to Natural Gas everyone can benefit from this technology. Consumers can use either LP or Natural Gas with the simple turn of a switch.

    Other Types Of Heating

    Portable Heating

    Radiant propane heaters easily attach to your propane cylinder. Like the sun's rays, radiant energy heats people and objects, which in turn warm the surrounding area. Costs just pennies per hour to run and is easy to take wherever you need it to be. Radiant propane heaters require no electricity, provide instant heat and is variable from 10,000 BTUs up to 30,000 BTUs.

    Temporary heat for barns, garages, campers, patios, sporting events, hunting and more. Self-contained, they do not need to be hooked to external gas lines or electricity. Multi-position heat settings control comfort level. Built-in oxygen shutoff sensor and tip-over switch ensures indoor safe operation.

    Infrared Heating

    The Comfort Furnace Infrared Heater is a revolutionary patented heater that offers ultra-efficient, safe, and evenly distributed heat. With the Comfort Furnace, you can reduce your energy usage by 35-50% over traditional electric heaters because infrared light is the most efficient way to convert electricity into heat. Its heating performance is the result of an innovative, patented system design using absorption of infrared energy by a unique heat exchanger which produces, mixes, and circulates purified heated air back into your space. The state of the art microprocessor with thermostat controls four 375 watt infrared heating elements that are each surrounded by stainless steel diffusion coils. These patented diffusion coils enhance the efficiency and extend the life expectancy of the elements to 20,000 hours. The advanced auto sync remote control allows the user to operate all functions of the unit.