Direct Vent Oil Furnaces

Direct Vent wall furnaces are an excellent source of heat for many applications. By installing a direct vent heater in your home, you can reduce your energy bills by up to 50%.

These oil furnaces include many features that ensure efficiency and comfort. Consumers looking for high-efficiency heating equipment have found the laser oil-burning heater to be the best on the market.

Direct Vent furnaces equipment solutions in our catalog include products from world-renowned brand Toyotomi (aka Toyostove).

All models upgraded from past products are all wi-fi enabled, allowing you to control the heater from your smartphone. Whether you’re looking for an appliance for a single room up to the entire floor, we have the option for you.

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Q. What is a direct vent furnace?

A. A direct vent heater is a heating system composed of a two-part system: air intake and an exhaust system. They use outside air pulled through vents into the home to heat the area and the exhaust fumes head out through the system exhaust piece. A direct vent fireplace has a completely sealed combustion chamber which allows it to vent directly out a side wall or through the ceiling of your home. A direct vent fireplace uses the natural principal of warm air rising to create negative pressure in the system to draw in cold air for combustion.

Q. What's the difference between a direct vent and a non-direct vent furnace?

A. Direct vent (two-pipe) vent system. This system uses one pipe to bring in outside air for combustion and another to remove exhaust gases. Non-direct (single-pipe) vent system. This system uses only one pipe to remove exhaust gases.

Q. Do I have to vent through a side wall?

A. Direct vent may be installed through a sidewall or the roof. Though, sidewall venting is more practical in many cases.

Q. Are direct vent heaters safe?

A. The safest and most efficient venting option is direct venting. Direct venting conveys outside air to the furnace via a sealed pipe. A sealed second pipe — usually parallel to or encompassing the smaller supply pipe — conveys hot combustion gases from the furnace to the air outside your home. No ambient household air is used or affected by combustion.

Q. What is the difference between #1 fuel oil compared to #2 fuel oil?

A. No. 1 fuel oil is like a heavier version of kerosene. This means it has a higher boiling point, is more viscous and is less refined than kerosene. In comparison with No. 2 fuel oil, it is a bit lighter. No. 2 fuel, also known as “home heating oil” or “regular fuel oil”, is like diesel fuel and is used to fuel household boilers and furnaces. Toyotomi Direct Vent Heaters typically use kerosene or diesel fuel.

Q. How energy-efficient are oil direct vent heaters?

A. Oil direct vent heaters can be relatively energy-efficient, with many models boasting an efficiency rating of 80% or higher. However, the actual energy efficiency will depend on factors such as the insulation of the building, the size of the heater, and the frequency of use.

Q. Can an oil direct vent heater be used in any type of home or building?

A. Oil direct vent heaters can be used in most types of homes or buildings, but they may not be suitable for all situations. For example, they may not be appropriate in homes or buildings with limited access to a fuel source or where ventilation is restricted.

Q. Can an oil direct vent heater be used as a primary heat source?

A. Yes, an oil direct vent heater can be used as a primary heat source, although it is important to make sure that it is appropriately sized and installed to meet the heating needs of your home or building.

Q. Are direct vent oil heaters environmentally friendly?

A. Direct vent oil heaters are not considered to be the most environmentally friendly heating option, as they do produce emissions when they burn oil. However, they are generally cleaner than older oil heating systems, and they can be a good choice for homeowners who do not have access to natural gas or other alternative heating sources.

Q. How do direct vent oil heaters compare to other types of heating systems, such as electric or propane?

A. Direct vent oil heaters are generally more efficient than electric heaters and can be more cost-effective than propane heaters in areas where oil is readily available and affordable.

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