Tested and Listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Taylor Waterstove offers the safest way to heat any structure. All fire is taken out of your home or building and only hot water is pumped inside, providing you with purer, cleaner air and lower insurance rates than with an indoor wood stove. Taylor units are also vented into the air, eliminating the dangers and regulations of a pressurized boiler. A Taylor unit will burn almost any wood cleanly, safely and efficiently.
From the very first load of wood, your new Taylor Waterstove will cut your energy bills down to size while you enjoy clean, dependable heat. While all brands claim a 12 to 24 hour burn for each load of wood, the Taylor Waterstove will provide a minimum of 12 hours of burn even with our smallest unit. Posi-Seal seamless insulation around the tankand on the door keeps more heat in. Hot water is then pumped through an insulated pipe to a heat exchanger unit located in your heating duct work, or through an existing hot water system or baseboard water unit and through a separate line to your hot water tank for domestic hot water.
The warmth provided by a Taylor Waterstove is controlled by a thermostat inside your home or building. Unlike ordinary wood stoves, it heats every room uniformly. Your domestic water stays hot, no matter how long you run it; laundry, showers, dishes, etc.
Taylor's recessed stack design gives more room for loading, while it decreases creosote cleanup. The Waterstove features an oversized firebox door that stretches across the width of the unit for easy wood loading and ash removal. Its carbon steel door is heavily insulated and stronger than cast iron, allowing it to stand up to changes in temperature. For added durability, Taylor builds a stainless steel water tank bottom, flue pipe, and stack. The Taylor Waterstove tank and clean out plugs make annual maintenance a breeze. With minimum effort, your Taylor Waterstove will provide many years of dependable, trouble-free service.