Pacific Energy T6 with new Stone Hearth

madison Posted By madison, Sep 21, 2008 at 1:04 PM

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  1. madison

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    Part 1:

    Creation of the hearth for the T6. Many weeks of learning on hearth.com. Many days of layouts after selecting the Pacific Energy T6. One day of sketching design for mason. 3 days of mason work (not me!)
     

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    Very nice. Nice and massive. A great look and feel.
     
  3. madison

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    Part 2: Installation of T6 and chimney.

    Adjustable Simpson DVL stovepipe above stove-> 90 degree DVL -> Adjustable Horizontal DVL with more than a 1/4" rise -> Simpson Black Class A through thimble.

    New chimney, interior 3 x 48" Simpson Class A behind new stone hearth wall to attic. Then a 30 degree offset -> 24" Class A -> 30 degree offset to clear roof 2x12. Then one 48" and one 24" stainless Class A above roof line.

    T6 placed on hearth.
     

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    Some burn pics
     

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    Future food for the T6
     

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    Congrats on the new setup. Looks great.
     
  7. begreen

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    Now you're cooking! The stove and installation looks beautiful. I'm looking forward to hearing how it does in mid-winter with a load of black locust. That will be my stove chow next year.
     
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    That is a great looking setup!!
    Fantastic job on the hearth and wall, nice looking stove also!
    What material is the stove sitting on?
    Looks like one piece.
     
  9. savageactor7

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    Nice stove and hearth area Madison btw is that locust?
     
  10. madison

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    Thanks. The single piece of hearthstone is ny state bluestone. there are many color variations within different regions of the state. The mason did a great job cutting and shaping the single piece to my specs. He actually wanted to bring in a single piece 6"-8" thick, but we requested the 2-3" piece on top of a course of wall materiel. The walls are a mix of "two different types of granite" (per mason) and dolamitic limestone. The mason picked out the piece of bluestone when he was cutting shaping the wall material, he had an excellent "artistic" eye for matching colors.

    We had a two hearths constructed at a previous home where we used bluestone for the hearth, one piece of Helderberg Bluestone that was dark gray black sorta what I remember the color of our grade school chalk boards. And another from a different region of the state that was more gray/green. So if you are considering it, make sure the wife takes a look at it before hand as the colors can be quite different!
     
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    Thanks, yes, black locust. Here is next yrs stack, I actually have ~ 3 cords more to split that were felled this past weekend. I'll be working on that the next few weeks....
     

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    Madison, that's a beautiful set-up. Where in NY are you. I can use a mason like that?
     
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    woodjack, thanks, i pm'ed you the mason's info so as to not "advertise" on the forum.
     
  14. gibson

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    real nice. Cheers!
     
  15. SlyFerret

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    That's great! I love how the hearth isn't all square and symmetrical. Really gives it a lot of character.

    -SF
     
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    Looks great! Massive! I like it.
     
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    you are gonna love that stove.. i see you couldn't wait to throw a little fire into her!
     
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    It is isn't it? It's a good reference post for those folks that are undecided about where to put a stove and also keep the chimney in the house too.
     
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    I love that one piece slab too!! looks awesome. The whole setup. Hearth stove and wall lining.
     
  20. madison

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    Thanks,

    the "soft" heat off the T6 is one of the features we like about the stove, it puts out the heat, without putting you out of the room...
     
  21. apples439

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    Looks great. I love the big stone look. Enjoy!

    -Todd
     
  22. donmattingly

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    You did a fine job! Thanks for the Pics!
     
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    Wow. Great job. It looks good, classy and old school style. I like the whole feel.









    Regards,
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    prêts travaux
     
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    Updated pics, now with painted Class A, plus new paint job in rooms.
     

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    What a cool hearth.
    Very nice job!

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