Polar Wood Furnaces

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Polar Wood Furnace Overview

Polar Furnace is a manufacturer of outdoor wood furnaces. The company is privately owned and headquartered in Sperling, Manatoba, Canada.

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  • #18 of 37 Wood Furnaces
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Corporate History

Polar Furnace has been manufacturing wood furnaces and boilers since 2000. The company’s products are designed to heat homes, business and farms. Polar Furnace is a member of Wood Heat Organization, which promotes the responsible use of wood in home heating, and the Hearth, Patio and Barbeque Organization, which promotes the interests of the hearth products industry in North America.

Product Lines

The company produces two lines of furnaces: The G-Class gasifier furnace, and a Standard Updraft unit. The G-Class has an efficiency of up to 86% and comes in three sizes: The G2, with a heating capacity of 60,000 BTU; the G2 Plus, a 100,000 BTU unit; and the G3, which produces 140,000 BTU.

There are four models of Standard Updraft units: Regular 5 (RG-5), a 21,000 BTU unit; Medium 9 (MD-9), which produces 55,000 BTU; Large 15 (LG-15), with a capacity of 140,000 BTU; and the Commercial 32 (COM-32), with a heating capacity of 400,000 BTU.


Each G-Class and Updraft furnace comes with a 15-year warranty, which includes 100% coverage against leaks for 4 years if a unit needs to be repaired or replaced.

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Polar Wood Furnace Reviews

"Polar dealers beware"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Beware of what dealer you buy the furnace from. Bought from ***** ****** of Sutton, **** ********. Paid for the Polar furnace in full the beginning of December 2015…..here we are in late February 2016 and it's still not hooked up yet. It's a new home built and all the piping for in floor heating was done to prepare for it and to use this heating through the winter for the contractors to finish the interior. Because the guy didn't hook it up, we had to set up small electrical heaters to run day and night to keep things from freezing…cost over a thousand dollars per month in Hydro. Called Polar Furnaces. They said they would find out the status but he only offered them excuses and they said they have no control over dealers. Hmmm… Then why let them be a dealer If they provide this kind of service? It only looks bad on Polar. We run several service companies…can't believe what I'm hearing! Don't buy from this dealer, look for another. Beware of Polar furnace dealers and the support Polar offers. Haven't got the thing hooked up yet so I can't review yet on the unit. Been a waste of money so far.

Pat R

Newmarket, Ontario

"Polar Gasification Furnace"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I had bought a Polar gasification furnace last year. I immediately had problems with the operations of the furnace which took three months to rectify. Even then, I had to fill the thing every 4-5 hours, 24 hours a day. It barely kept the house warm, and complaints to the company and the installer didn't matter.The installer is ***** ***** from Huntingdon, Quebec. So beware of Polar furnaces and Mr. *****.


Eastern Ontario

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