DIY Video :How to heat your Home by building an Smokeless Outdoor Wood Boiler from Start to finish



    This video series shows the build of a smokeless wood burning boiler from start to finish.It is built from a old hot water tank and a small air compressor tank and costs next to nothing to build.The first video of the series  will show the construction of the boiler itself. The next video will detail how to hook it up to a pump and exchanger to bring the heat inside. The final video will show modifications I make to the stove to make it even more efficient.

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