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picture of my new quadra fire 5700

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by kellerclan5, Mar 4, 2008.

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  1. kellerclan5

    kellerclan5 New Member

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    Here is the photo of my new quadra fire 5700 series stove and hearth. Let me know what you think.

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  2. jeepin in maine

    jeepin in maine New Member

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    that quad is a sweet stove........................congrats
  3. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Schweet! There is a special place in heaven for big steel stove guys.
  4. Bigcube

    Bigcube Member

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    Nice! How big of house?
  5. savageactor7

    savageactor7 Minister of Fire

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    Nice! Wish we got that one....very happy with the 4300 though.
  6. kellerclan5

    kellerclan5 New Member

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    brother bart,

    house is 3000 sq ft, 4 bedrooms, the room the stove is in is a 850 sq ft great room with 12' ceilings. The stove is in the center of the house.

    It has not roasted us out of the room and the ceiling fans really move the air. It is heating the entire house. And that is hard for ranchers.
  7. RonB

    RonB Feeling the Heat

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    Nice big hearth for a nice big stove. It looks real nice!!
  8. fullbore

    fullbore New Member

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    Congrats, looks great!
  9. titan

    titan Minister of Fire

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    That's a beautiful corner hearth.....the stove looks good too;nice job.
  10. Bill

    Bill Minister of Fire

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    It's always nice to use stone that camouflage's ash. No matter how careful you are, ash drops on the hearth. Nice looking setup.
  11. moondoggy

    moondoggy New Member

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    looks nice, like that stone work.. but it looks lonely
    you need knick-knacks/chachkys, maybe a nice dog in front.. a rocker.
  12. CountryGal

    CountryGal Feeling the Heat

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    Looks beautiful! Is that one of those small heat-powered fans on top of the stove? If it is, how well does it move the air?
  13. rustynut

    rustynut Feeling the Heat

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    thats what i'm talking about
    just got charged an additional $200 delivery fee for an emergency propane delivery
    had 4 deaths in a month and lost track of things
    got 7 full cords in the back yard with 3 more trees down in the yard
    working on a 5700 install myself for 1700 sq ft
    had to rebuild the room before the install
    taking forever......
    finally making some headway
    beautiful job on yours
    enjoy
    rustynut
  14. glassmanjpf

    glassmanjpf Member

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    Nice looking stonework and stove!
  15. Rob Jubb

    Rob Jubb New Member

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    Nice hearth what is the size? I was looking to do something similar. I just got my hands on the 4300ST.
  16. SlyFerret

    SlyFerret Minister of Fire

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    Great looking install. I love the stone work!

    -SF
  17. R&D Guy

    R&D Guy New Member

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    I love the hearth surround and the big viewing area!
  18. karri0n

    karri0n New Member

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    Beautiful stonework for a beautiful stove. Great job. Are you planning on extending the stone to the ceiling?
  19. BJ64

    BJ64 Minister of Fire

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    Very nice. I like it a lot!
  20. rydaddy

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    Love the stone hearth.
  21. kellerclan5

    kellerclan5 New Member

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    Congrats on the new stove, I just finished mantles for the top of the stone. I will forward Pictures ASAP. My pad is 6' from the corners of the wall to the outer edge. The pad is 3' from the front door of the stove. I am glad I made the pad larger because of wood storage and sparks that shoot out. The grey stone has also hidden the ash and mess on the carpet is very minimal.

    hope this helps.

    kellerclan5
  22. Wet1

    Wet1 Minister of Fire

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    Nice!

    If you don't mind me asking, what types of stone are those and what did it cost you?
  23. kellerclan5

    kellerclan5 New Member

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    stone on ground is real stone, my builder gave it to me for free b/c it was left over from an old job. Stone on wall is man made stone, about $700 for all
  24. Rob Jubb

    Rob Jubb New Member

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    What are the dimensions of your hearth?
  25. kellerclan5

    kellerclan5 New Member

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    check out post I submited today to burning chunk reference dimensions.
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