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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Cooper, Jan 3, 2013.

  1. Speed3

    Speed3 Member

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    I hope this works. Never posted a pic before. Here's my mt Vernon installed in August. image.jpg image.jpg
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  2. CtPaul

    CtPaul Burning Hunk

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    My Accentra insert in fieldstone fireplace. I just gave her a quick clean :).
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  3. chuckster

    chuckster Burning Hunk

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    It's on the back porch. Heats the whole house through the kitchen door.
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  4. 4Dtvman

    4Dtvman New Member

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    My first pellet stove, Removed my wood burning insert and installed this. Works great and tomorrow it's getting a massive cleaning. DSC02124.JPG
  5. tjnamtiw

    tjnamtiw Minister of Fire

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    Absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!!
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  6. becasunshine

    becasunshine Minister of Fire

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    Cindy, I love the colors in those new covers. Over the DECADES, we had two different sets of covers for our This End Up furniture, and then I *made* a third set for the chairs and the ottoman. I know for a fact that none of our covers were as fresh and as fun as yours! LOVE the colors!
  7. Mackdog

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  8. Cooper

    Cooper New Member

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    Not for nothing but the xxv is beautiful to say the least!
    Guys and girls nice stuff!!! Stay warm and tell the oil company your all set!!!
  9. Eatonpcat

    Eatonpcat Minister of Fire

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    Beautiful...And if this global warming thing ever pans out, You can easily turn that area into a shower for midgets!!;)
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  10. Shaw520

    Shaw520 Feeling the Heat

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    I was thinking the same thing,... just install shower head! LOL Beautiful Job!
  11. Danny Cathcart

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  12. CD2011

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    Thanks again, Beca. We lucked out with the guy who did the reupholstery. We got his name from a furniture store where we bought a mattress, and he was awesome. He matched all the patterns and a lot of other little details that we did not know to ask about. His price was very reasonable but because of his professionalism we gave him more than he asked for.

    I am loving seeing all the ways people have decorated/styled their stoves, from very fancy to pretty simple (which is mine, simple!). I have some new ideas for when we take out the big windows and replace with smaller windows and more wall space.

    Keep warm!
    Cindy
  13. chuckster

    chuckster Burning Hunk

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    Yep you hit the nail right on the head and the best part is being able to enjoy the back porch all winter. We used to be cooped up in the dreary house all winter.
  14. Countryboymo

    Countryboymo Feeling the Heat

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    Mine looks sad in an unfinished basement. I will save the bandwidth. Everyone has awesome setups and awesome pics.
  15. becasunshine

    becasunshine Minister of Fire

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    If it's putting out the heat you need, it's not sad! :)
  16. kenstogie

    kenstogie Feeling the Heat

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    Still working on refinishing the basement after Irene so excuse the dust after a damp rag it looks brand new.......

    Here it is....
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    I painted my exhaust OAK black so as to match. Looks much better..
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  17. kenstogie

    kenstogie Feeling the Heat

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    This is true but I figure by posting mine theirs looks even better. ;)
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  18. 3650

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    Heres one of em.....

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  19. CT-Mike

    CT-Mike Minister of Fire

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    Here's mine:

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    I built the trunk on the right 10 years ago as a blanket chest for the wife (cedar lined). It never did see any blankets so now it is used to hold 4+ bags of pellets. I have a large grain scoop from TSC for loading the stove. I had to pull the lock off the chest because my grandson kept locking it and I can't find the key.

    The extension cord is because I haven't finished wiring up the outlet in the tile behind the stove, and obviously I need to finish up the window and baseboard trim.
  20. CT-Mike

    CT-Mike Minister of Fire

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    Great looking hearth. The Accentra looks very nice, but I think the arched surround on the Enviro M55 would've looked perfect with the arch in the stonework. Just my $.03 (adjusted for inflation).
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  21. bigwalleye

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    Here's my P35i Harman in one side of a two-sided fireplace. This two sided fireplace separates the kitchen/dining room from the living room in an open floor plan of about 1200 sq feet. We chose to install the insert on the opposite side of the living room so that we could place the flat screen on the opposite hearth. Am planning to put a stone veneer on this brick at some point in the near future to make the room feel a little more outdoorsy.
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  22. imacman

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    First of all, that's a gorgeous set-up. Changing to stone veneer is personal choice, but the brick looks great, IMO.
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  23. Shaw520

    Shaw520 Feeling the Heat

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    ......two sided!,.. nice!,.. the best of both worlds!,... I vote for the stone! :)
  24. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    Purdy stove and what a cute pouch! I'm surprised he likes the heat(I'm assuming he's a Norw. Elk hound)? Mine hated the stove, He'd head to the cool area's to get away from the heat.
  25. CT-Mike

    CT-Mike Minister of Fire

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    Looks more like a Belgian Malinois to me, but I'm probably wrong.

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