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Williams 6007732-HA Forsaire Counterflow Wall Furnace - 60000 btu - Intermittent Pilot - Natural Gas - High Altitude

Part Number: 6007732-HA
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Williams 6007732-HA Forsaire Counterflow Wall Furnace - 60000 btu - Intermittent Pilot - Natural Gas - High Altitude
Williams Forsaire Counterflow Wall Furnace
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Price
Price:
$2,320.00
Your Savings:
$940.05
Your Price:
$1,379.95
Availability:
In Stock, except where otherwise noted in product details
Option Choices & Shipping Information
Delivery Type - Please Select One
Truck Delivery - Commercial Location [+$114.95]
Truck Delivery - Residential Location [+$179.95]
Canadian Shipment - Please Call for Price Quotation
Alaska/Hawaii - Please call for shipping costs
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High Altitude Model Number
2001-4000 Feet - Model 6017732
4001-6000 Feet - Model 6037732
6001-8000 Feet - Model 6057732
Delivery Adders - Please note: Liftgate Service and/or Inside Delivery is NOT included in standard truck delivery. Liftgate Required [+$70.00]
Inside Delivery Required (Garage, Shed, etc. - Does not include delivery within a residence) [+$100.00]
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Williams Forsaire Counterflow Wall Furnace
 
Direct Vent With Electrical Service Cord
 

High Altitude Configuration

Please note the altitude choices from the ordering matrix above


Instant Warmth and Lower Heating Cost

 
Forced air circulation uses only outside air for combustion; burners are completely sealed within the combustion chamber. ideal for homes, apartments, offices, cabins, garages, basements, room additions and similar applications. Forsaire furnaces provide floor to ceiling comfort and are thermostatically controlled.
 
 
 
60000 BTU - Natural Gas - Standing Pilot Design
  
  • Freestanding Or Recessed
  • Space Saving and Energy Maximizing Design
  • Automatic Temperature and Safety Controls
  • Contemporary, Durable Scratch Resistant Finish
  • All Vent Material Included
  • Vent Caps Include Built In Bird Guard
 
 
 
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Rating Owner - Hawkins Construction
 
I currently have three of these in my three garages. They are quiet, safe,, and economical to operate. One is in a 24' x 24' garage attached to the house. One is in my woodshop, which is 26' x 28' with an 11' ceiling. The third is in my home auto shop which is 28' x 36' with a 15' high cathedral ceiling. When it's zero degrees Farenheight outside, it takes about a half hour to get the shop up to 60 or so. When I'm working I keep it between 60-65. If I'm lounging, 70. The garage walls and ceilings are insulated, as are the overhead doors. These are one of the only furnaces that meet code requirements for a residential garage. I have also put several of e same units in friends garages, and they love them too. My oldest unit is 23 years old, second oldest is about 12, and the newest is 3 years old. No maintenance or repairs on any of them. I highly recommend them and wouldn't even consider the hanging units from the ceiling. These a Williams units blow the heat out the lower section where you see the grill in the picture. It draws room air in to the top section. It heats from the floor up, where the hanging ones are just the opposite. These are also easy to install. Cut a hole int the wall, mount the unit. Run your gasline to it and plug it in.
  Reviewed by:   from Macedonia, Ohio. on 4/3/2015
5/5

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