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How to get stove off trailer & downstairs?

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Nimrod1911, Apr 14, 2013.

  1. Machria

    Machria Minister of Fire

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    Nimrod, that looks awesome!!

    Just be carefull and monitor those stones on the sides of the stove, especially the left side since it's so close. Mine is a corner install (further away), and yet the dark colored slate stones really "soaks" up the heat.

    I was going to post I paid an installer to do it, and he used an Escalara (as posted above) to unload from truck and move into place. But ofcourse getting it straight up the side of my hosue 3 stories was another story (see my install pic linked in signature). ;)

    Enjoy the PH! She is an awesome stove your going to love!

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  2. Nimrod1911

    Nimrod1911 New Member

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    Yes. In this photo, the stove isn't connected yet. Its now connected to the pipe. I've centered the stove and moved it out in to the room a bit giving me more heat clearance and clearance to open the side door. I think I may have had my last fire of the season in it yesterday. :( Looking forward to next winter. (sort of)
  3. Trilifter7

    Trilifter7 Feeling the Heat

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    Looks great NR! I really like your hearth!!
  4. Machria

    Machria Minister of Fire

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    Gotcha.... Well then, LETS SEE IT!!! ;)

    If you want to pull it way out, you can. Just add the front ash lip, it narrows the front hearth clearance down to only 8".
  5. Nimrod1911

    Nimrod1911 New Member

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    Thanks. My wife layed all the brick on the bottom. We each worked on the rock. Big job but well worth it. Personally, I was just going to do a small square tile pad, but my wife has more vision, more energy and more patience. I will get some more pics soon.
  6. Waulie

    Waulie Minister of Fire

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    Wow! It's all I can say. Congrats!

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