This is supposed to be our future heat source for the house. It is a wood burning furnace that is made to be hooked up into the existing HVAC ducting of a home.
Our regular gas heater is inside the house in a closet that is right on the other side of the wall to the left of this furnace, which is sitting on the back porch. The furnace has a chimney pipe that goes up through the ceiling of the porch and through the roof. There are two pipes that come out the top that will be hooked up to the ducting that is above our current heater and there are two blowers attached to the back of the furnace that will force the air into the ducts and out the vents in the house.
The reviews that Tom read said they didn't need the blowers. We'll try it with and without to see what works best. This should end our dependence on propane heat and it's supposed to burn far less wood than our fireplace does, although I do like using our fireplace because it feels so cozy.
We're waiting on the AC guy to come hook it up. Tom could do it himself, but our home insurance company insists on a professional install or they won't insure us. It's a pain waiting on the AC guy because he's the same guy that did the barn apartment HVAC system and he is notorious for not showing up when he says he's going to. We've already wasted weeks on him, not to mention having to run our heater.