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Old January 10th, 2013, 02:19 PM   #2
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I have a natures comfort nbc250 I run my forced air, my garage forced air an I heat all my hot water with it. My water heater is turned off.
I installed mine all myself. I paid around 9000$ total than made my own pipe.
So far in my life it is the best investment I've ever made, hands down.

I would say get the biggest you can afford just for a longer burn time with a bigger box.

I chose mine after doing research because it has a ash pan for one. So I don't need to shut it down to clean it. And I like the fact that my blower blowed air in through the ash pan which keeps ash ports clean and it burns from the bottom up instead of from the back forward or front to back. burns evenly which heats evenly.

I also went with a plate exchanger to heat my water instead of the tube style. With the tube you only have as much hot water as your tank will hold. With the plate I have hot water until I run out of fire.

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Know that pocket that forms behind your knee when you sit down?

I'ma fuck it. You're gonna like it too.
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