How warm is your "stove room"

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Joe and Kelly Tomeno, Feb 20, 2013.

  1. gymrat0663

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    Stove room is 70-76 depending on where the wife's internal thermostat is set at the time! _g
     
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    Hehe, Funny how one day 72ºF is too warm and the next its too cold! ;lol
     
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    This is actually too warm, but what I woke up to this morning. Believe it or not even the boss was too warm. :eek:
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    I keep the stove on it's lowest setting, it keeps my stove room a nice toasty 60 degrees, the same as the rest of the house.

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    I'm betting if you put a thermostat at floor level and then move it to 6 foot elevation there'd be a huge difference in temp swing.
    I know there is a drastic temp diff in my house - where cold air DOES rise in my 143 year old home (well half of it is that old) up through the old wood floor.
    Living Rm w/pellet stove = 71F
    Kitchen in between (no stove) = 72.5F
    Sun Rm / Dining Rm w/wood stove = 75F
     
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    77-81 in stoveroom. 73 everywhere else on 1st floor. 64-68 second floor
     
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    Programmable thermostat 68/75 degrees at different times

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    Stove living room 74. Stove family room 72-74 for wife. Upstairs 66-68. I'd keep it colder but baby needs a little heat.
     
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    Duct work puts the heat upstairs where I want it.
     
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    Stove room is 72-73 pretty warm at times, the rest of the place is 68ish.
     
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