Nature’s Comfort and Heatmor are two rival outdoor wood burning stove brands. Each one has distinct features that consumers and homeowners are looking for and both offer great features that are very much needed in an outdoor wood burning stove usage. New consumers looking for the ideal stove to use may find it hard to choose which brand offers the best features and quality. Considering this, here is a comparison of Nature’s Comfort and Heatmor wood burning stoves according to the features that consumers are looking for.
Stoves winning features
Nature’s Comfort is a manufacturer of outdoor wood burning stoves, wood pellet and multi-fuel stoves. It has a series of boilers which range from 115,000 to 500,000 BTUs. These stoves have state of the art engineering improvements for more efficient water flow and stove controls. Designers have also come up with models that are easier to install, operate, troubleshoot and to service in case the need arises. Aside from its regular outdoor wood burning stove line, Nature’s Comfort offers the GT – 6000. This is its first EPA Phase II Qualified Outdoor Furnace recommended for homes as well as small businesses.
Heatmor Inc. on the other hand has three furnace types: residential, commercial and dual-fuel models. There are three residential models which could heat homes from 3,000 to 10,000 square feet. Their commercial models can heat structures from 18,000 to 25,000 square feet. Dual-fuel units on the other hand can heat areas similar to their residential models but will use a variety of fuels.
Who has better customer service?
Customers may contact Nature’s Comfort via phone at (877) 251 – 7740 or through email at their official site http://naturescomfortllc.com/. Heatmor may be contacted at (218) 386 – 2759 or by mail at Heatmor, Inc. 105 Industrial Court NE PO Box 787 Warroad, MN 56763.
Best warranty support
Nature’s Comfort has a limited 20 – year warranty on the fire drum and a limited 10 – year warranty on the stove’s water jacket for manufacturer’s defects. All other parts have a 1- year warranty. The warranty covers both parts and labor. The company states that the customer should properly deliver, install and maintain the boiler to qualify for warranty.
Any questions or issues about warranty should be addressed with the dealer along with your proof of purchase, proof of treatment and testing along with the appliance serial number and model number.
Heatmor furnaces have 10 – year limited warranty that covers defects, workmanship error and corrosion.
Both Nature’s Comfort and Heatmor outdoor wood burning stoves are available through their respective dealers. If you are interested, contact customer service to find out a local dealer in your area.
Heatmor may have more models to choose from giving consumers a better chance to find the most suitable heating solution for their homes or their businesses but the company offers a very limited warranty period. Nature’s Comfort may have fewer models but their warranty period far exceeds any other top outdoor wood burning stove brands.