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CHEAP FURNACE

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I own an old farm house we use as a hunting shack. The furnace is shot. Looking for options for heating the place Oct-Jan 1st so I don't have to drain the water every time. I don't want to spend a ton of money either. Nobody seems to have a good used one. Looking for a direct vent gas furnace I guess. The chimney is not in very good shape. Any ideas!!!! We have a fireplace we use when we are there.

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Well, I'm guessing there's no electric, otherwise you could get a milk parlor heater.

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might want to check with a local plumbing and heating guy. They might have one. I picked one up for $75.00 last year.If your place has electric buy an Eden Pure Heater. They run cheap and do a nice job. New they run about $400.00, reconditioned are about $200.00. Well worth the money.

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