Install done! (Pics!)

thebubbleboy Posted By thebubbleboy, Aug 16, 2008 at 9:49 PM

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  1. thebubbleboy

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    Well, I just finished installing my Breckwell P-23 with through the roof 4" Duravent. It went well and was really a very easy job. My 3 ton of Somerset pellets just came in also, and they are neatly stacked in the garage.

    Below are a couple of pictures. (If I inserted them properly)

    I also put in Firebrick tile under the stove instead of one of those pads.

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    Bring on the cold!

    Bubble
     
  2. Xena

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    Nice! And your garage looks as clean as a hospital room!
     
  3. Shortstuff

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    Very good work!

    Steve
     
  4. R&D Guy

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    Good for you man! Looks like a pro-install, and a nice dry location for pellet storage. Nice job.
     
  5. kinsmanstoves

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    Sweet. Looks very nice.

    Eric
     
  6. pelletwood

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    We're beating the oil industry one pellet stove at a time :p Great job . Muss
     
  8. thebubbleboy

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    Thanks everyone, a few months ago, I didn't know anything about pellet stoves. The high price of oil made look to see what was out there. Luckily, I found this forum. I don't post much but I have read so much good info that it really made everything alot easier.

    Bubble
     
  9. eschills

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    I'll second that!! I almost went for wood stove, but then I found these forums. Great info from everyone. I am not big on cold weather, but now I can't wait to get my stove and get it going.
     
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