The Econoburn Mission
Our goal, from the start, has been to provide America’s homeowners & business operators with a long-term energy alternative one that consistently delivers on our promise of superior product quality, durability and performance. We can honestly say that Econoburn wood-fuel boilers meet every criteria level… and then some. We’ve tapped into one of the world’s safest, and most renewable, resources, applied ingenuity and technical know-how, built the finest boiler in the western hemisphere, achieved energy independence for millions and… on top of that… we’re doing our part to reduce our share of the planet’s carbon footprint. Not bad for a company who opened its doors little more than a decade ago.
Fueled by an ample, renewable energy resource, Econoburn’s wood-fueled boilers are decreasing the carbon footprint… and increasing investment value.
Econoburn’s low-maintenance, closed-loop technology delivers consistent boiler performance and maximum thermal energy production.
Fueled by a plentiful, low-cost resource, and equipped for durability and efficiency, these advanced systems are both predictable and economical.
Fuel-efficient design and low-emissions system advancements have earned Econoburn the praise of responsible citizens and environmental overseers.
The Best Built Wood Boiler
Made in North America
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What makes Econoburn’s thermal technology so special is the proprietary closed-loop design featuring its unique gasification process. By forcing a downward flow of gas into a second combustion chamber, these boilers produce cleaner, and more cost-effective, thermal heat, which yields far more energy per pound of wood that’s burned. Perfectly suited to home or business applications, an Econoburn wood-fuel boiler can function as stand-alone heating system, or in tandem with an existing furnace or boiler. It’s flexible, efficient and so affordable!
These boilers are built to last, and perform flawlessly for years to come. No other boiler stands the test of time like Econoburn… and here’s why…