Hawken Wood Furnaces

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Hawken Wood Furnace Overview

Hawken Energy Inc. manufactures steel outdoor wood furnaces that can be used to provide heat and hot water in homes, exterior workshops, garages, hot tubs and pools, as well as in commercial buildings. The privately-owned company is headquartered in Shelby, Michigan.

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Consumer Reviews of Hawken

3.9

  • Very Satisfied
    6
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    0
  • Neutral
    1
  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
    0
  • Very Unsatisfied
    2
  • #6 of 37 Wood Furnaces
  • 66.67% of customers recommended

Reviews by Wood Furnace Series

GX HE

Corporate History

Hawken Energy Inc. was founded in 1999 in Michigan by a father-son team, Warren and Bruce Walborn. The company now has distribution channels in 23 states.

Product Lines

Hawken manufactures five furnace lines: the HE-1100, HE-2100. GX10, GX15, and GX30. The HE-1100 is able to heat a single building as large as 4,000 square feet, and has an output of 225,000 BTU. It has a water capacity of 150 gallons and fan capacity up to 146 cfm. Its footprint measures roughly 48 by 55 inches. The HE-2100 can heat as many as two buildings reaching up to 10,000 square feet. It can put out approximately 358,000 BTU, and has a water capacity of 368 gallons. This larger unit has a footprint of 60 by 61 inches. Finally, the GX10 also is geared toward heating a single building, up to only 3,500 square feet, with its output of 144,000 BTU. However, this model features gasification technology, which the Environmental Protection Agency describes as one of the most versatile and clean ways to convert fuel into electricity.

Hawken released the GX15 and GX30 in 2015. The GX15 furnace heats one building and has a 193,000 BTU with a 191 gallon capacity. The GX30 furnace heats two buildings with a 248,000 max BTU rating with a 351 gallon capacity.

The manufacturer says that its furnaces’ round firebox design provides superior heat transfer and efficiency compared to other designs, while also offering increased durability due to having fewer welds.

Warranty

Hawken’s products carry a 20-year limited warranty that covers all parts, including the firebox. Contact your dealer for specific warranty details.

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Hawken Wood Furnace Reviews

Showing 1-5 of 9 reviews

"4 years old and I would buy another"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

Our first boiler came from Global Hydronics and after about 6 years, started leaking. We then purchased a Hawken and have been very satisfied. The boiler is about 4-years-old and we keep on top of all the maintenance to keep it running as long as possible. Our boiler heats my house, my parents house next door, and my garage. I would buy another.

T hawver

Coldwater, MI

"Okay"

3.0 rating
Neutral

My old stove was made a lot better than this one. Smoke comes out of the light switch box.

Travis riggs

Latham, MO

"Hawkin Energy wood boiler"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

I am very pleased with my wood boiler. It does everything as advertised.

Jim beeler

Central Illinois

"Like my outdoor burner"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

Great customer service from the time I thought about getting a burner to 3 years later. Get good burn times, built very well. Would definitely recommend Hawken Energy.

John VanGeertruy

Ovid, MI

"Wood boiler"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

Best money we have ever spent. We have had this unit for over a year now and have had no problems. Love not having to buy propane and there is always plenty of hot water. We are heating our 2000 square foot house and a 1500 square foot barn. Love getting in the car in the morning and it is already warm. Would recommend this to anyone, great unit.

scott wright

Lafayette, IN

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