About SunWood Biomass
SunWood was founded 2003 by Marc DiMario & David Frank SunWood’s primary focus is on Clean Burning Gasification Wood & Pellet Boiler Systems. Our Product line includes: Tarm, Fröling, KöB/Viessmann, Garn, Scandtec, & ACT BioEnergy.
With 110+ Biomass customers in central Vermont, SunWood Systems has extensive experience with design and installation in residential, and commercial environments. We Service all of Vermont and part of NH. & NY. from our showroom and warehouse in Waitsfield, VT.
Some of our Design & Installation sites include:
• Shelburne Farms, Shelburne, VT.
• Center for Whole Communities, Waitsfield, VT.
• The Green Mountain Club, Stowe, VT.
• Marine Engine.com Corp. Offices, Brandon, VT.
• vonTrapp Farm and Cheese Making Facility, Waitsfield
• E. Montpelier Fire Dept. E. Montpelier, VT. (unique Fröling pellet installation)
• ReSOURCE (formally Recycle North), new 2nd location Barre, VT.
SunWood is a licensed and insured plumbing and heating contractor for commercial & residential work in the State of Vermont with 10+ years experience in heating systems and biomass boilers. We work closely with several engineering teams that also have extensive experience with biomass installations at the small commercial, institutional , and residential levels (Andy Shapiro Kohler & Lewis, LN Consulting, FH Systems, Lane Associates).
We feel there is real value in having the person who sells you the system also have extensive experience in design, installation, and commissioning of your biomass heating system.
We offer our entire customer list as for references as we fully believe in customer satisfaction
In short, we take great pride and ownership in our systems and their installation.
Feb-2010 SunWood Systems was awarded a contract to assist Vermont Technical College in developing a Biomass Curriculum and to install a Froling P4 Pellet boiler as a teaching tool. This Froling P4 Pellet Boiler will heat the historic Red School House Building.
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