Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by DexterDay, Apr 30, 2013.
I think it's pretty!
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I agree, Thats a nice looking stove!
Any updates? Starting to get a bit chilly here and there...
This weekend coming, I have 4 days off. Wanna come help??
Been thinking the same thing though. It's gettin cold and the Fahrenheit is to much when its not below 30*.
Would love to, but I'm on call and can't leave town. Stupid job. At least it pays the bills.
Room is painted, stove is in place, and hole in wall is cut. Ran into a few small problems, so it should be done tomorrow.
The color is a little "bright", but me and the Wife like it. My kitchen area is Red (living room area also), the dining room is Off white (pic show everything piled in thre/room where Quad used to be), and this room finishes off the Americana theme. Red, White, and Blue.... And a Canadian stove Just kidding. This thing is the cats meow.
Will post pics of control board later. All touch screen. Love it!!
Never had a stove in a room with a TV. My living room has the 65" Sharp Aqous, and the old 50" Vizio is now in my new Pellet stove room. Couldn't be happier.
Install looks great! Look forward to hearing about full operation when temperatures drop.
Also... Hope you're feeling better!
Looking good Dex! How about a pic of the outside "nozzle?" Is that hearth pad, the one your CB1200 was on?
Very nice looking install.
So it is happening after all.
Finishing the vent today hopefully. .
As for the pad, its a different pad. I had a 42" corner pad for the Quad and used the minimum clearance when I installed it (2" from corner of stove to the side of the wall). Wanted it tucked back and clean because it was direct vented. The Main problem with that was, there was NO room to work in the stove. I had to break the seal to remove the convection blower... Not fun.
So this other pad (got it with the purchase of a Castile) is a 48" corner pad and I have gone the opposite route with this install. I have enough room to walk behind the stove and do maintenance. I used the minimum clearance from front of stove to front of pad (6"). It sticks out farther, but once finished, I will be much happier with this set up. The Enerzone is also installed one room over from where the Quad was. Quad was in the dining room (beige colored room, with lots of pics on the wall).
This now gives the Wife and I our own room. The kids have the Living room (open to the kitchen/one big room) and the big TV and PS3 and we have the Family room w/ smaller TV and a pretty stove
(Pic of Castile I bought and refurbished)
Now, where is the Castile going? going to your inferno man cave in the basement that has been said to have enough capacity to heat half of Ohio? LOL
Already sold Never intended to keep it. Bought the stove and got the pad for free. Kept the pad and made a few bucks on the stove
Exhaust is hooked up and it was running for a bit. Just below 50* right now. It ran on pilot for 30 min (can be adjusted for pilot time, based on your likings? 30 min? 45 min? 60 min? Etc...
I must say, I am in love. This thing is the cats meow. In my garage it did pretty good for break in fires, but in the house? Holy Chit
Looking forward to the cold. . Bring it on Old Man Winter!!
Shock and awe followed by a moment of silence. Even the hods are poised at attention. Great looking setup.
That is a great looking stove, I looked on youtube and saw several animations of how it works and how easy it is to clean. Looks like most things snap in or take very little effort to remove them. I see it is also a bottom feed like Harmon, and I looked on the web site on the manufactures page but they don't list any pricing . I was wondering about how much these stove cost, and are they less or more than a Harmon... Seems like it's a lot simpler as far as the number of parts that it has as compared to the Harmon. Do they also have a variable blower that you can vary your room blower speeds ? That would really make it top notch...
Looks great Dex, wishing you many warm days and nights.
Smoke - That's our fat cat Claire
Nicholas440- Blower does not automatically go up or down. It stays where the user sets it, even when in Maintenance burn (Low) but the pilot time has lots of adjustment, as far as how long it stays on low before shutdown (always off, 30 min, 45 min, 60 min, always on).
Your more than welcome to stop by and see it in action.
Phil - Thanks.. So far I am very happy
Looks sweet Dex! Enjoy! Looking forward to a full review once heating season really sets in.
X2 and It looks much better now that we see fire!
Hey Dex! Great stove and a really nice install! I've been away for the summer and it looks like a lot's happened!
You dirty bird...
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