Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by sinnian, Jan 23, 2013.
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-2 x -2 is pos 4
I got lucky this morning.
Pictures or it didn't....................................... Ahhhhhhh on second though! Will take your word for it!
positive: I have learned the upper limit of my stove - 42k btu heating 2000 sq ft of space works great 99% of the time. The other 1%, it still keeps the house at 68-ish. May need a little oil help for the back bedrooms.
My little guy has treated me so well I just bought him a Cyberpower UPS.
I just wrote a check to the LP company for $9. Surprised they even wasted the stamp on the bill.
Positive? You bet!
Love the Harman setup. Yes I am using some more pellets but I am heating all 3000sq/ft. Only fired up the propane stove to help dry the dog after her bath. Oh the water was heated by pellets too. Just went to 11below and its only 8 PM. A three dog night.
Any warmer and I'll be wearing shorts. Oh yea, it's 9 out with wind chill near 0.
What pellets were on sale?
I have not used LP at all (for heat) for over 5 yrs.... November 2009 was my last LP fill (85%) and I still have 39%-40%...
Only use LP for cooking now.
Went from $3,600 a yr average, to $400 last year (2 ton of pellets).. This year is cooler and I may burn 3 ton, but I am saving over $3,000 a year and the Wife and kids love a warm house.
Currently 74* throughout and I have shorts on (no shirt/no socks)... I love wood heat! (wood and pellet)
Here is another positive post.
I fixed 2 stoves today to keep people warm and toasty now that it is 5 degrees outside tonight!
OPEC can kiss my a$$. I would kiss my stoves but they're to hot
Nothin' like morning wood. You know for the the stove
After living all these years with a heat pump, I am warm! With all the problems I had, I hope I do not jinx myself now!
Saves about $3000 a year over oil at my house
It's nice to sit around. As the g/f calls it... it's romantic :X
We find our selves staying in more around the fire playing cards, games, or watching movies than going out, thus saving more money.
It's some labor, but it's a labor of love. It's a chore to keep up with, but its a fun chore. most the time.
In the summer i miss it.
coming home to a dark house instead of a flame-lit living room that i can find my way around in instead of trying to find switches in the dark.
Me too, well not "lucky" per se as I have been going out with the same lady for 6 months. Oh and the positive thing is that I have bought NO Oil this season and I have well over a pallet 1/2 left.
No frozen pipes http://www.hearth.com/talk/threads/...h-for-frozen-pipes.104181/page-2#post-1350035
OK I think it works now I'm such a dumb ass with techno stuff . any how .
Positives from today
Not as cold working outside no wind lots of sunshine.
Come home to a warm house.
Consume several of my favorite beverages.
Searching you tube for some Chill out tunes Price Less
74 degrees in house, got the Harman burning real nice, have to say it does put out some heat, 4 degrees outside. Food, Buffalo Sabres,, Smuttynose Winter Ale...
I'm positive I like that video.
I'm glad you enjoyed it
If you look really hard......you can see the ocean in some of those shots!
sinnian , i'm guessing Sokokis is a lil frozen right now . let me know when i can put my boat in .
oh the good news ... my oil burner broke down day before yesterday and the repairman showed up . he was a bit surprised to enter a 72 deg house
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