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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by JAred, Jan 26, 2006.

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  1. babalu87

    babalu87 New Member

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    .... and you live right where you can buy them for $200 a ton :(

    If I can get hold of a trailer it would probably be worth my while to drive down there for a ton, everyone in Mass has them priced like they belong in Ft. Knox
    They would stack nice and neat in my basement and I bet they last for quite a while too.

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  2. DonCT

    DonCT Minister of Fire

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    Yea, if I had a trailer, I wouldn't even think twice about not having them deliver. I could just pick them up on my way home ;)

    I might pick up just one pallet for the winter, just to give them a good burn.
  3. sparke

    sparke Minister of Fire

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    I live in Maine and I just purchased 2 ton @ $300 per.
    If they really do compare to 1 1/2 cord of hardwood that makes the price comparable. Seasoned wood sells for $220 a cord in my area. If you can find it. I am looking foward to increased burn times as I am away from my house 8-10 hours at a time. Yes I can get 10 hours burn time with wood but 4 of those 10 hours will be low heat...
    I'll post my opinion on these babies later this fall...
  4. BioPellet

    BioPellet New Member

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    Be sure to load your stove as per directions found on our brochure or web site. Please give me feedback on how they burn for you. BR Thomas
  5. BioPellet

    BioPellet New Member

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    I'm not familiar with this stove. tell me more about it..
  6. wg_bent

    wg_bent Minister of Fire

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    Coaster, have you gone through a heating season with a VC Aspen yet? I'd like to know how you like the stove. It's an attractive stove, and I like the idea of firebrick interior vs cast plates like in the Jotul 602, since over firing can cause the plates to warp.

    I've heard some folks have problems with these if draft is poor.
  7. elkimmeg

    elkimmeg Guest

    I didn't know that VC thermostatically maintained the secondary air, similar to my Intrepid and Encore. I thought they only used it on their Cat stoves? That's a nice feature. VC told me they were dropping the Intrepid Non cat stove from its lineup this year
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