Yep, we were thinking bout firing up the stove, but figured the heated mattress pad will warm us enough.
What would the r value be of 2 inches of solid concrete? anybody know?
The hearth is always cool to the touch, even after the stove has been burning for awhile. I really don't see any problem with it.JMO.
Nice load of oak there. I wish I could score more oak than the little bit I have. Most of my wood is ash.
My wife's nephew turns his head at pine. I told him there are places in the U.S. that pine is the only wood some people have to burn and they burn it...
It takes a lot of work to get to that point. I stack mine the same way, Two rows to a pallet with a walk way in between pallet.[ATTACH]
This one cost me about $50. Used retaining wall block and filled it with 8x16 cement block I had laying around and liquid nailed everything...
That's what I thought a month ago.
Nice BTU's there.
I'd get all those I could.Looks like it would make some nice fire wood.
We have a fire ocassonally in the evening when the temps are down. Thinking tonight is gonna be a good evening for one , it is damp and feels colder...
I wish I could put a load like that in. But with 26ft of chimney, if I did the stove would get so hot , the neighbors three doors down would see...
Welcome to the board..I put in an Englander 30 with 26 ft of 6in. stainless steel pipe up the outside for right around $2100. the only thing wrong...
Nice , even water cooled,:eek:
Welcome aboard.you can get any info you need here. Nice supply you got there.
I'm getting my hoard on.Roughly 6 cords and got more to split and stack.[ATTACH][ATTACH]
I just ask my wife this, She said there is no acorn trees, only oak trees that grows acorns,,,,
Theres not many standing ash trees here in Michigan that hasn't been gotten.
Who told you no? Maybee you could give them a lesson or two.
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