Englander 55-SHP10 first fire, woohoo! Pics!

rky60 Posted By rky60, Oct 19, 2008 at 11:29 PM

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  1. rky60

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    Installing this stove could be the best decision i've made in my complete house renovation journey. I've been working on the place for almost 2 years :gulp:. Very solid 200+ year old house, according to records built in 1800. Should be moved in tho in about a month, I better be done or the SO will kill me :)

    Anyhow, on to the stove. I've never seen a pellet stove burn, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I read the manuals and watched a few videos on the net but never in person. Needless to say it's awesome. Throws some decent heat and isn't all that noisey, got use to it quickly. Hearth and stove install done by myself. New stove smell almost had me hurling out the window, other than that it all went smoothly.


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  2. Xena

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    Looks great, congrats and enjoy it when you move in!
     
  3. tinkabranc

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    Congrats! Looks nice!
     
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