Maxim Wood Pellet Furnaces in Duluth

The Maxim from Central Boiler is beneficial for the environment because burning wood pellets or shelled corn is natural. Both are renewable resources and, when burned, result in zero net increases in carbon dioxide. On the other hand, fossil fuels release carbon dioxide which would otherwise be trapped in the earth. The burning of fossil fuels causes a net increase in carbon dioxide which is believed to be responsible for the heat-trapping greenhouse effect. Make your mark and reduce your carbon footprint by having a Maxim outdoor wood furnace installed to heat your Duluth home.

In addition to the clean-burning characteristics, burning shelled corn further benefits the environment because it is typically grown locally. The small amount of ash left over from burning shelled corn in the Maxim can even be used to fertilize garden areas.

Wood pellets are environmentally friendly not only because of their clean-burning characteristics, but also because they are typically made from materials generated in saw mills or furniture manufacturing factories that were once discarded in landfills or left to rot on the forest floor. Plus they give off little to no ash when burned.

The Maxim wood pellet and corn burner is available in different colors and sizes depending on your heating needs.

Advantages of the Maxim:

  • Can heat for a week on a single fuel load, or longer with an additional hopper
  • Saves as much as three-fourths of current heating costs
  • Located outdoors next to your home, it won't take up valuable indoor living space or be an indoor fire hazard

Ask MMT Heating & Cooling for more information. Start saving on your heating bills today with this renewable energy furnace.


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MMT Heating & Cooling is your local, authorized Central Boiler dealer!

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Maxim M255 PE

Specifications:
Door - 15.5"W x 13.5"H
Weight - 1,310 lbs
Water Capacity - 90 gal.
Hopper Capacity - 11 Bushel (600 lbs)


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