My pellet bags are stacked almost to the basement ceiling. I stack them the same way they
come from the mill so they don't fall over.
good idea, looks great
enjoy the heat
I use the same ceramic stove top cleaner that I use on my electric range.
Only when stove is off and glass is cool tho...
I burn the good stuff.
cheaper pellets may save me some $$ but they usually cost me more in the time i need to spend cleaning the stove...
congrats! Nice spot
Giving the "bros" some competition eh? ;)
When I got my first stove, I was too nervous to let it run unattended over nite and/or when we were out.
I got over that quick.
One stove runs...
Way too many variables to make a guess on what you will go through for the whole season.
4 ton is probably a good baseline to start with.
My stoves are not picky, but I sure am.
Past two years, been burning primarily Spruce Pointe.
They burn hot and clean.
The past two winters I have been burning primarily Spruce Pointe.
Been burning primarily softwood pellets for years now.
Will only burn hardwood pellets if I am forced to.;)
My stove is not a corner install, but the pad size is 41"x41".
Would not go any smaller for sure.
Slate and bluestone pads look awesome with this...
Burnin up my Okies leftover from last year, then onto Spruce Pointe for the rest of the season.
On ignitor # 3, I should know the dang part number by heart by now.:mad:
Believe it or not, the quality of the pellets is not even considered for some people.
Couple of my friends are still going in there year after year...
Looks great! Enjoy the heat!
Tried out a bag of em last season just for giggles.
Mixed em in with pellets as my stove pipe is not rated for multi-fuel.
They burned ok, but not...
Been burning my XXV since 11/2006 and have no regrets.
You will love it.
My UPS are old, but still do the job fine.
I only keep them for short blips in the power now as I have a standby generator that
fires up in 30...
two bags so far.
Stove is off more than it is on right now.
Never had the opportunity to find/try out those Somersets but they seem to be
a good consistent pellet year after year.
You saving those...
My stock is a bit smaller than usual, but I am ready for the season.
Hopefully it don't start too early though.
nice install...congrats and enjoy!
what's an ESP ? jk;)
I do not tip em.
They may drop the pallets in my yard, but I am the one that has to lug the bags into my
basement one at a time.
Will be closing up the pool and opening up the stoves this weekend but hoping we won't need
to fire em up for atleast a few more weeks.
Housework can wait.....pellet stoves come first;)
as others mentioned, if you got the bug already, just wait till burning season
Is it done yet?:p
looks great. Enjoy the heat!
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