Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Pellet-King, Oct 25, 2012.
you that bored staring at walls? come install my stove
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She is starting to crank over here.
'fraid it isn't good news at all it means you likely have problems elsewhere than where that bubble is also. Good luck.
X2 Branches are falling and really bad gusts. I'm a bit nervous!
X3 man its starting to feel like almost 100 miles away and seeing the same at the same time
I think you are on the wrong side of this one.
Wind is really starting to pick up here, at at pretty steady 47-50MPH....some real big gusts well over that too. Not a huge amt. of rain....only about .33" since this started this AM.
Serious gusts now and there are pieces of my roof shingles are all over the yard!
Gusts are picking up but still have power. The temp outside is around 55, but the stove is taking the chill off for the family and Bella could stare at the fire all night.
Nice dog!! They know the best places to hang out....LOL.
Insurance when emergency conditons are issued, easy to get paid for home damage.
I lost shingles , green house & other damage from a 100MPH wind storm, insurance Co. came thru fast.
HMS Bounty down http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/201...d-2-missing-from-hms-bounty-off-nc-coast?lite
A gust of wind blew my shed completely apart
We are wishing all you that are closer to this storm all the best. Out here in Central MA I've got leaves all over the yard, clearly a slip and fall hazard. Lost our power for 1 minute, couldn't even get to the generator and stove didn't even have a chance to cool off. Ice storm of 08 (lost power for 8 days, genee worked well), and Halloween snow last year were far more problematic. We feel for those that are getting impacted by this thing, its no fun.
Oh My. How far to your house Defiant?
I'm hoping for the same there too....and here. I have relatives in the Oneonta vicinity
I just found out that i have a great natural draft.. power went out while the stove was running full force.. no smoke in the house.
Nice. I am hoping I don't have to find that out anytime soon.....
I had to disconnect my OAK, all that DAMP outside air makes too much caked ash in the burnpot and stops the fire overnight. With no OAK connected the pellet stove works fine!
I didn't have an OAK installed. The installers told me one wasn't needed. And I asked two different times to make sure; especially after all I have read on this site.
Upper 30's here right now, with a lot of rain and wind starting to pick up, luckily my place is built in a hole so it is surrounded pretty well. I don't have my stove on yet, the weather is to get back to warmer temps so I figured I didn't need it, but it would have been nice just to burn off the dampness, maybe tomorrow night they say it is going to be worse tonight and tomorrow.
Be well everyone in it's path.
What's an OAK? Excuse my ignorance.
Outside Air Kit
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