B, We have a lot of the out door furnaces in Minnesota. I would check the total cost of the furnace including installation. You will need an underground water line to move heat from furnace to home. If you do decide to get one I believe the stainless steel version is the best. If you have neighbors that are close they may not like the slow burning outdoor furnace. I personally have an indoor wood furnace. I like not having to go outside to refill the furnace. I had an external block chimney installed 30 plus years ago. The furnace has been very efficient and worth the money. The current cost is around $4000.00 for the furnace. If you had thoughts of an indoor furnace make sure you check on insurance coverage. Hope this helps! Mr. T. Minnesota
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