Out goes the Heatilator. In goes

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by JRJ, Oct 8, 2013.

  1. aansorge

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    Nice work! You are making some real progress!
     
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    You're doing a great job. Thanks for sharing your progress & I'm looking forward to seeing the finished product.
     
  3. JRJ

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    Thanks for all the support. Just on the fence on whether or not to install an OAK. My response so far is about 50/50. Also running single wall or double wall from stove to Class A? Should I put in an outlet somewhere back there? Decisions decisions ! )
     
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    I'm thinking that I can take this last section of pipe off...what do the wise men think? Looks too tall to me
     

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    Getting a little anxious and decided to check the double wall fit and to my surprise it doesn't fit down in the stove. It's the same size....bummer
     

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    To all you seasoned burners, is this Century stove worth keeping or would you look at acquiring a more efficient model? She seems like she works well but I wonder if these newer stoves are that much better...what wood the wise men do?
     
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    What is the total length of the flue from stove to the chimney cap?
     
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  8. JRJ

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    It is 24'.
     
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    Sounds good, you are well covered for total length. If it is 2 ft over the adjacent roof ridgeline that should be tall enough.

    PS: If you take your cellphone pics horizontally they won't need rotating. Otherwise you need to Preview them and rotate.
     
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