lets see your wood stoves. Pic

Maple man Posted By Maple man, Jan 31, 2012 at 9:45 PM

  1. Maple man

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    here is a pix of my englander nc 30 this form has probaly ben done but i figured i would give it a try lets see your wood stoves/ fireplaces
     

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  2. Maple man

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    I installed it this year and I love it
     
  3. wjb111

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    I've had the T5 insert for 2+ months now. Very mild winter so far in Michigan but still burning 24/7 & Lovin It !!!!
    Obviously the dog knows where to hang out....
     

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  4. greythorn3

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    that pad dont look like the proper R value.
     
  5. greythorn3

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    is that insert into a prefab? it looks great.
     
  6. Backwoods Savage

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    Taken during install in 2007.
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    Taken this year after putting in a sliding glass door and a small porch.
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  7. greythorn3

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    wow thats a pretty neat colored stove.
     
  8. Maple man

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    Nice stove Backwoods savage is that is sope stone
     
  9. Backwoods Savage

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    Thank you.

    Yes, that is a Woodstock Fireview and the paint is supposed to be metallic brown. I call it gray and that is exactly what we wanted. We also really like it having the wood so close to the stove and we don't stack wood by the stove at all. Just reach outside and grab what is needed.
     
  10. Maple man

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    That is nice to have the wood so close to the house I have my wood stacked under tarps as we build our wood shed
     
  11. wjb111

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    It's a P.E. Alderlea T5 Classic Insert in the brown color. Installed into existing fireplace.

    Thanks....
     
  12. Oldhippie

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    Here's a pic of the "Monster in the Living Room". A 1979 Garrison I
    and the other stove is a VC Resolute Acclaim I picked up used for $200 to replace my old 1986 CDW I had in the family room.

    They both work great. The MiLR is due to be replaced, but son number 1 just hit me up for $3K ...and with the mild winter, I've been pretty much just keeping the Resolute going 24X7 and it has been doing the job on my 28X36 cape style home, here in north central Ma.
     

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  13. Maple man

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    That red stove is nice how big is it
     
  14. DexterDay

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    Here are all of mine.

    1. The Pre-Fab (only used once this yr)
    2. Englander 30-NC (background) and Fahrenheit Endurance (pellet furnace/foreground)
    3. Quadrafire Classic Bay 1200

    The wood supply is low in the basement pic. Nothing fancy.. Just heat.
     

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  15. Oldhippie

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    It's a VC Resolute Acclaim.

    23" deep, 27' tall, 26' wide. So it is a medium size stove. it's a 20 year old stove but VC still sells them.
     
  16. Oldhippie

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    Right on!!
     
  17. Dix

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    Love the black fluffy pillow to the left, Nate :)

    The PE

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    All roads lead to Murphy :)

    No pics of the 13.
     
  18. nyyfan

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    Here is our Jotul setup.
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    This pic in action and the dog enjoying. I know the window is dirty.
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  19. Eatonpcat

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    I wonder...Is that safe full of guns or money???? ;-)
     
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    Both!! ;-P
     
  21. ScotO

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    Here's a pic of our Napoleon 1900p in the kitchen. Still in the middle of installing my Napoleon NZ3000 in the living room, will post pics of that someday when its done....lol....
     

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  22. rover47

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    Here is the Monty Don't have one of the 602 have to take one.
     

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  23. rottiman

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    Nc 30 in a fireplace
     

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  24. eclecticcottage

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    The Republic a few days after the install:

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    Not really a stove, but here's the Cone (not currently in use):

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