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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by brakatak, Sep 5, 2013.
pumped. cant wait for the cold.
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Looks great. You are in for a warm winter in that house.
Nice looking insert! Did you do the install?
Um, no other pics?
We're collectively disappointed. Well, I am.
Very nice install. Ya' dun gooder.
It was 40 this a.m., so I had a kindling fire. Put a small fire in that thing to start your burn in.
Come on, we need fire!
stove shop installed it yesterday. Going to do the starter fire tonite, and will get more pics. Cant wait to get her fired up.
Congratulations! You will have a lot of fun this and many more winters.
great looking insert, had my eye on that one for a while
That sure is a handsome heater. I think you'll be very pleased with it.
I have the Enviro Boston as well, I installed mine 1.5 years ago. I absolutely LOVE it. The heat out put is amazing, and once you get her broken in and know her temperment...you will fall in love.
I have only one complaint. once you turn the fan on, you will notice only the air blows out of the right side of the port. There is ZERO air that moves over and out of the left side (facing the unit). I called sherwood industries, and they said it is the way its designed????
STILL LOVE THE STOVE
Hi brak- great choice, that stove is a winner. I have used the Kodiak FS the past 4 years, they are wonderful heaters, get ready to be warmed. Hope you got your good dry seasoned wood ready. Good luck.
Would have had a Kodiak in 2005 but the listed local dealer said he didn't sell Enviro. Sent a note to Enviro and two months later the dealer called and said he was mistaken and would sell me one. I told him the 30-NC I ordered three days after I talked to him was heating the joint just fine.
It became the first 30-NC owned by anybody on hearth.com.
Enjoy that stove. Everybody that has one seems to love'em.
Could it be a circulatory model where the air is being drawn in via the left?
got denied on my permit. building inspector didnt like the hearth externder i bougtht at the stove shop. killing me not breaking this in yet.
What extender was this? Pic?
Not sure the model of what I originally bought, but I had to return it. I found this one online, that is heavier (40lbs) and more solid. I emailed the buidling inspector to see if they approve of this one, and they said yes, luckily. So i think i'm going to order this one now and hopefully pass. definitely painful process dealing with the town.
good luck. that must be really annoying. hopefully you can get it installed before the cold!
Great looking insert! Good luck with the permitting; your efforts will be worthwhile.