One of the most frustrating parts of the outdoor wood boiler installation experience is finding the right parts. If you purchase your parts at Lowe’s or Home Depot, you will pay more than TWICE the price that you should. Plus it will take you months of trying to figure out how to connect what to what, and which fittings will do the job and reliably interface with one another.

That is why we, at, have created our proprietary system of Outdoor Wood Boiler Installation Kits. We have spent millions on perfecting the design for outdoor boiler systems and now you can benefit from this also.

Rather than purchasing all 300+ fittings and components, you can simply purchase our 5 kits. You will have a complete set of wood boiler installation diagrams and instructions, AND you will know that all the fittings interface with one another! 

Our comprehensive range includes aquastat hydro coil kits and wood boiler kits with hydro coils, ensuring the proper functioning of your home and business systems. Specializing in outdoor water boilers furnaces, our team of experts is dedicated to assisting you with all your requirements. There is no need for you to obtain a PhD in outdoor boilers in order to install yours ONCE! Take it from the experts…we have seen everything and we know how to give you the best system design at the lowest cost!

Are The Installation Kit Prices High?

No, the outdoor wood boiler installation kit prices are set at just the sum of the parts costs. All the drawings and instructions are included at no extra charge.

We will gladly refund you the cost of any extra fittings that you do not use in your furnace installation. Simply call our office for an RMA.

Usually, a standard installation can be done within a day, but certain setups might need additional time. But the wood-burning furnace installation duration may vary depending on the number of buildings you intend to heat and whether you're connecting to an existing heat source.

Outdoor wood stove kits are popular among homeowners and offer several benefits, including -

  • Cost-effective heating source
  • Energy independence
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Heating multiple structures
  • Backup heating option
  • Reduced indoor air pollution
  • Safer indoor air quality
  • Heat retention
  • Longevity and durability.