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ya'll get it in the winter and we pay for it in the summer :cool:
I'm glad i dont qualify for this competition, due to my location.
we used to get it off with gas, or paint thinner. alot of times i perferred the rosin to the gas smell.:)
nice score, good splitting size
After three years of burning I finally came to the realization that I need two stoves. Working on my install now, won't make it for the zero...
400.00 will buy a nice section of class A chimney. And then draft issue solved with nothing to plug in.
Trim and grouting completed today. Also put recess boxes on receptacles
Still have to clean it good and seal the tile.
no, i was talking about the shotgun above the stove.
he is right, unless you have a drafting issue stay away from a damper. epa stoves run just fine without one
didn't realize you guys did that up north too. Ya'll might be alright after all.
well, thats two reasons not to open the ashpan door.
do you hear any steam coming from the ends of the wood, does it smoke more than it used to? is the wood really heavy? All indications that it is...
Do you have enough clearance to lift it up and tilt it until it will clear between two sec. tubes. I have a different stove than you, and i have...
Even brick can flex given the distance of the chimney. Just anchor, liner and cap. Definitely need to liner IMO. Insulated liner is worth the...
Nice, looks like she went right to work heating your house. Beautiful hearth design.
Typical Sat. Morning.
It was probably the camera, or a color stick from tsc. They are pretty cool we use them a lot around the holidays the kids love's them.
We got the tile laid today. Going to grout Mon.
Here a short video of my boys enjoying the fire. This, in my book, is what it all about.
The wood stove becomes the heart of the house....
Got up this morning and I've got her rolling
Wow, u guys have it rough. The only thing I have to worry about when getting wood is where my boys are at so they can help lol
I'm concerned with the fact the flames where still very active with the primary air closed off. On my stove as soon as I close primary air I can...
very cool old stove. if you are going to keep burning like that, at a min. u should but a chimney brush at the cabin and tell everyone to clean...
I burn plenty of pine, and i believe it will always have a place in my stacks. Pine is excellent when your behind and you need wood that will...
hardwoods=more weight=more BTU's
agree, black cherry. I burn alot of it here, great shoulder season wood and excellent smell.
great find, i also burn whatever i can get. My stacks have gum, pine, maple, hickory,oak, poplar and cedar. I really like to use pine when i...