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Another "New User, First Post" Question - Pellet Stove to replace LP?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by kristuphir, Dec 12, 2007.

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  1. kristuphir

    kristuphir New Member

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    Sounds encouraging. I think we can make it work. Now if they truly have some in stock, like their website claims...

    I can't wait til I have to figure out how to heat a nice big shop! Then the pellets can live in the silly little 1-car garage I currently have. About cars....I have a '74 F350 Supercab, a Honda Fit, and a BMW k75 motorbike, and there's always a 20-year-old BMW of some sort floating around. I like lots of stuff from American muscle to amusing European attempts to break into the US market to elderly Japanese econoboxes to old pickups to....well, let's just say it doesn't stop there. It's a good thing I can't currently afford for it to turn into as major a weakness as it's fixing to...;)

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  2. blanc12

    blanc12 Member

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    I have a 1700 sq ft home in Houlton Maine that was built in 1880. New windows and doors and still quite drafty. I heat it most of the time with an englander 25-pdvc. It will keep up with the cold until it gets down below zero. Right now it is 2 degrees out and it is 76 degrees in the room with the stove, (middle of the house) 71.5 in the kitchen (room next to the stove) and 68 in my bedroom upstairs on the end of the house. England stove gives incredible support and stand behind their product. You cant go wrong with them. Next year I am going bigger so I can burn more pellets. I was looking at couple of different brands but I am now convinced that the new stove will be a 25-pdv from Lowes or who ever has the best sale on it.

    Hope you keep warm

    Pete
  3. kristuphir

    kristuphir New Member

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    Well, we did it! We just unloaded our stove and 1 ton of premium pellets. Now for installation...this weekend. Can't wait!
  4. pegdot

    pegdot New Member

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    Congrats! Please, keep us posted on your progress. :coolsmile:
  5. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    Woohoo! Bet you are excited!
    Can't wait to see pictures when you are up and running.
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