Spider web burn off every year...no biggie, except for the spiders.
We've had a vent free log set we use as supplemental heat in our great room for three years now.
No issues whatsoever, other than 15 minutes of...
Flowering pears make one hell of a mess year round.
I'm burning some silver maple and boxelder right now...oak, walnut, ash and honey locust awaits December - March. :)
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Good question...we have a similar situation with a basement insert. 85 downstairs/65 upstairs.
We're on our third season with the 1402 in our basement den. I can certainly echo the FACT that it is hard to get the heat to transfer
Been there, done that....I used to run everyone out of the den until I learned the various nuances of our stove.
Doesn't take much this time of...
Last night was our first burn of the season and burning again tonight as it dips down to mid 30's.
I agree, 350 is perfect temp for fall.
At least they didn't back up and take your stacks. :lol:
Love honey locust.
No doubt, love smoking with Apple.
We have a fabricated fire pit up close to our house so I'm able to dump ash warm or cool anytime.
Then when that's full I'll dump it into a...
You know it. LOL
Could depend what your porch is made of.
We stack 3 cords on our concrete covered porch, this years we have about 4 1/2 there.
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