I'd get a new interior stove. Get a blaze king to replace your VC...way cheaper than an OWB and will heat your home for the 13 hours easy.
You could simply lay tile right on the concrete if you want. No need to raise it up unless that is the look you want.
Yes, peaches is Red Oak. Peach yogurt smell actually. I love splitting Red Oak!
Not to say that it is ok, but I'll bet that the top ladder is attached to the tree.
A small stove should do fine with that low of a heating bill. A small cat stove would be ideal....
I love those stoves!
That is a small opening. I would pick a stove you want to set in there (best to pick one that has ember protection hearth requirements) and cut the...
This part doesn't make sense to me: ) then converter from 6 to 8 diameter and double wall to single wall.
Here is a used woodstock...just make sure it is a Cat model...https://hartford.craigslist.org/for/4553359923.html and maybe talk them down to 900.
Looks like maple to me and I would lean towards red maple.
If you really like the Oslo, get it! I would imagine that a simple box fan in a doorway pointed into the stove room will achieve the same results...
Here is a lightly used setup that comes with the piping as well....http://limaohio.craigslist.org/hsh/4552016108.html
A bit on the small side at 1.5...
Nice big stove but given your circumstance I would sell it on Craigslist and use the money to buy a different setup.
Here is a used Englander 30...
With a little elbow grease, this could work.
I say keep an eye on Craigslist for a stove you want, buy it and sell yours. Could cost you close to nothing.
...Pick the style and size you want and thank me later!
Blaze Kings do smoke for awhile after re-load even with the cat in the active range. Eventually it stops smoking...give it a bit more time than a...
Here is a nice choice...http://buffalo.craigslist.org/hsh/4483157769.html
I live in Austin, mn and park and rec will deliver logs free here. Worth a shot...
Drive around and look at farms. Plenty of farmers have tons of...
A little research on here...http://www.arboristsite.com/community/threads/echo-cs-590-timberwolf-vs-echo-cs-600p.233800/page-5 makes it sound as...
I think red elm as well. The stuff I have split was waaaayyyyy easier than American Elm.
It is slow drying stuff unfortunately. Great wood once it is dry however.
It does appear so...
I'd remove everything and put in a freestander. I've done it and many others have as well.
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