The Heatmaster MF eSeries is an outdoor multifuel furnace with a heating capacity ranging from 250,000 to 800,000 BTUs and a water capacity ranging from 130 to 555 gallons. Along with wood, the MF eSeries will burn coal and any type of biomass. Like the MF Series, the MF eSeries is manufactured with 409 stainless steel and features heavy duty double wall insulation, a large round firebox and a dual firebox door latch. In addition, it features an additional heat exchanger pass and an optional secondary air injection, allowing the unit to burn 20-30% less wood than the MF Series. It also has an insulated rear door which is hinged for quick and easy removal without the use of tools. The 2016 starting price of the MF eSeries is 8,495.00.
Yes I would buy another Heatmaster. It has took a lot of work out of doing firewood. The hot water in the house is nice. When 5 kids are taking baths and never losing hot water.
"Heat Master is the best!"
Growing up we always used an indoor wood stove for winter time heat. There's a few downfalls to using an indoor wood burner. The two biggest one's to me are having to keep the wood indoors and not being able to control the house temperature via thermostat. The Heat Master does away with both of those. It is a high quality stove that requires minimum maintenance. The biggest reason we went with Heat Master was because of our local dealer. These systems are pretty easy to install, which I did mine myself. Only suggestion I would have for someone installing a new one, is to add bypass valves on the hot water coil in the heat pump. This way you can bypass the coil and still use the a/c on your hvac unit. Which is very handy in the late Fall and early Winter. This allows you to still heat your water but the added benefit of a/c without having to let the stove's fire burnout. One of the biggest benefits, if not the biggest, is the indoor hot water. It's like having hot water on demand. I would highly recommend a Heat Master product to anyone. We've been well pleased with ours, which has been in service for six years.
"Electricity bill savings"
We purchased our Heatmaster woodstove after a hard winter and paying over $700/month in heating bills. It has more than paid for itself in the last several years. We had a few problems with the design of the e Series but the customer service of Yoder Heating has been outstanding and we have had no issues the last few years. Not only does it deliver great heat to our house and a reduction of $500/month on our heating bill it also is great exercise for me and my family cutting and splitting wood!
There are very few online posts regarding the MF eSeries on HVAC forums. A homeowner on outdoorwoodfurnaceinfo.com asked for opinions on the unit, but most members knew very little about it. There were mixed reviews on the post about the Heatmaster brand.
MF eSeries Warranty
Product registration is required within 30 days of purchase for maximum warranty coverage. The warranty for the Heatmaster MF eSeries wood furnace is comprised of the following:
Lifetime limited warranty against defects in workmanship and material of the firebox and water jacket, pro-rated after 5 years
5-year warranty on grates and firebox door
1-year warranty against ash pan corrosion
10-year pro-rated warranty on all steel components
Water must be tested and maintained at least once a year to qualify for warranty. Labor and shipping costs are not covered by the warranty.
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