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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Maple man, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. jharkin

    jharkin Minister of Fire

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    Here is the encore in one of our old fireplaces. That was the year we moved in... glass is much cleaner these days :)

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  2. stejus

    stejus Minister of Fire

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  3. raygard

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    I like the curves on the hearth. Did you design it yourself? How?
  4. sheeplenot

    sheeplenot New Member

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    this is my accentra (harmon) insert.
    This is my first post let me know if you can see my pics. :grrr:

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  5. nyyfan

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    Yup, it's there.
  6. sheeplenot

    sheeplenot New Member

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    second pic didnt git in so here it is

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  7. nyyfan

    nyyfan Member

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    Very nice setup. Their isn't to much heat up by the flatscreen?
  8. sheeplenot

    sheeplenot New Member

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    Its just a pellet stove so the heat is blown forward. The tv never gets hot to the touch other then its a plazma tv. ;-) ;-)
  9. Mo Par

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    Ye old Fisher Grandma Bear.

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  10. Stax

    Stax Minister of Fire

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    Our setup for now. I use the screen to protect the kiddie.

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  11. eclecticcottage

    eclecticcottage Minister of Fire

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    A more recent pic of my stove

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  12. Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle

    Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle Minister of Fire

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    I have always loved those fireplaces. I still want one. Don't know where I would put it, but I want one !!!!
  13. eclecticcottage

    eclecticcottage Minister of Fire

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    It was supposed to be an outdoor firepit, but DH liked it too much to put it outside. Not like we really NEED two wood burners in under 700 sq ft, but hey, why not. It's not like the sunporch has any insulation anyway.
  14. webby3650

    webby3650 Master of Fire

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    Heres my Blaze King and my Lopi Freedom.

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  15. ScotO

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    Ray I laid it out with a string and pivot point, then built a form, laid down 30lb felt paper, screwed down metal lath, poured a 1 1/2" thick portland/type S mix and leveled it. Then laid tile like you would on any masonry surface. I wanted something different, so we did the curve thing.....Thanks for your compliment!
  16. Branson4720

    Branson4720 Burning Hunk

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    Lange 6302A Smoke Dragon.....backup heat for the coldest of days.

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  17. WoodpileOCD

    WoodpileOCD Minister of Fire

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    Very nice. This has to be one of the prettiest surrounds out there. Mine was plain ol black metal with cheap gold looking trim. Took it off and like the look much better.

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  18. KaptJaq

    KaptJaq Minister of Fire

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    The first pic is the VC Montpelier in the living room.

    The other is a 1969 Godin wood/coal in the family room downstairs.

    The Montpelier burns 24/7 from Thanksgiving to March. The Godin burns wood for short cold spells and coal for extended freezes. I've only lit it 3 times so far this season.

    KaptJaq

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  19. husky345 vermont resolute

    husky345 vermont resolute Burning Hunk

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    [​IMG]wjb111 love the insert. im glad i spent the little for the porcelin enamel finish, so easy to clean

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