Thanks Logger! you're my new best friend. Thats exactly what I'm going to do!
I plan on putting some kind of stone down and against the wall while still being 18'' from the wall so I can use single wall pipe for more heat less $
Thanks everyone! Living the dream that I had when I was younger.
Cabin in the woods!
[ATTACH]Here it is inside, Piping it straight up through the cathedral ceiling.
Here's the homestead
Thank you, thank you! My home is a log cabin, and the stove is a brang new Jotul F500 Oslo that I purchased "used" off a gentleman who never got...
All i can find is double wall?
Anybody have a link to Menards?
"Chimney Flair" is what stove manufactures wear on their shirts at trade shows. :lol:
A "Chimney Flare" is a road-flare like device thrown...
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Thanks for the advice learned the hard way!
Hows your stove?
Did you pick it up yet? ;-)[/quote].
Haha, the guy won't answer his emails, sent two already!
Must have sold it. Anyone else, don't waste...
Nah that saw is a pos, don't buy it!
Thanks, I cant wait to install it! I've been dreaming of having a wood stove in my log cabin for the longest time now.
O yeah! I'll be picking it up later this week. Last one in stock, flat black and only $200 more than the F500!
Now time to plan the self install....
Wow thank you everyone! I'm going to get a few more quotes before I make up my mind.
The more I think about installing it myself, the less scary it...
This was the first quote that I received. This chimney sweep was recommended by one of the stove dealers that estimated it costing between 1k/1.5k
I am very handy, but am a little intimidated that my house can burn down if not done properly. I was thinking of doing it myself but cutting a hole...
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