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Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by Tristan, Oct 30, 2007.

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  1. Tristan

    Tristan New Member

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    :) Finally, I have fired up my new Harman XXV. I would like to take a moment to extend and sincere THANK YOU to all whom helped guide me through this entire process. I was new to the pellet stove world, and though I consider myself a rather capable DIY type of person, the pellet world was a new frontier for me.

    After deciding to shell out $2800.00 for the Harman, and deciding to do the entire pickup and install myself, I found that I was a total nooby concerning pellet stove and all its fundamentals including venting, clearances, fuel types and every imaginable aspect of the system.

    Then I found this place. Hearth.com. I've been reading this forum every night to try to educate myself. Most of the time, every thread of discussion is full of knowledge and expertise - although there undoubtedably would be an occasional tangential discussion about this or that. Nevertheless, through is forum alone, I found all the answers I needed - from "how in the world do I pull a building permit" to "OAK setting?".

    I would like to personally thank those who responded to my many inquiries in these forums: HarryBack, petejung, GVA, Metal, stoveguy2esw, cozy heat, elkimmeg, TedNH, pelletheat, tambranc, samandlillie, BeGreen, seaken, jtp10181, GotzTheHotz, iceman. Hogwildz, ScubaSteve, and Warren.

    Ofcourse, a special, heart-in-hand, THANK YOU to the Webmaster. THANK YOU.

    If you are curious, I have attached a few pictures of my beautiful stove. Again, THANK YOU ALL !!!

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  2. North of 60

    North of 60 Minister of Fire

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    Congratulations on the install. I take it you have children. The fence will give you a great peice of mind. I have one for my children to. It all looks real nice. :coolsmile:
  3. Hogwildz

    Hogwildz Minister of Fire

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    Nice, very nice. Looks damn beautiful. Congrats and enjoy. 2 thumbs up ;)
  4. MrWinkey

    MrWinkey New Member

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    Wonderful!

    Great pictures!

    :)
  5. MrGriz

    MrGriz New Member

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    Congrats! That's a very nice looking install; should be nice and warm this winter.
  6. Xena

    Xena Minister of Fire

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    Congrats and enjoy! Beautiful stove.
  7. tinkabranc

    tinkabranc Minister of Fire

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    Enjoy your new stove! It is a nice one.
  8. elkimmeg

    elkimmeg Guest

    Nice looking stove and installation Congrats
  9. petejung

    petejung New Member

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    Wow! Nicely done!
  10. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Beautiful stove and installation. Kudos for the accomplishment.
  11. Jabberwocky

    Jabberwocky New Member

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    Classy install.
  12. GVA

    GVA Minister of Fire

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    Great job!!!!!!!! looks nice on the hardwood floors doesn't it :)
  13. stoveguy2esw

    stoveguy2esw Minister of Fire

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    are you kidding , look up on the wall!! just pokin at ya north, and i too agree , very nice, classy install of an exceptional stove , im sure it will be keeping you warm and cozy long after the fence around it isnt necessary any more.
  14. tutu_sue

    tutu_sue New Member

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    Congrats she's gorgeous!!!

    Which gate is that? In market for get have 7 month little one. Thanks.
  15. Tristan

    Tristan New Member

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    I bought the gate at the same place I bought the stove. If i remember correctly, it ran for about $108.00. It comes with four 24" sections, with one of them operable. Then I paid another $30 for another 24" section because i felt that i need a little more distance from the blower to the faces of my children.

    http://www.kidco.com/main.taf?erube_fh=kidco&kidco;.submit.gateDetails=1

    That link should take you to the manufacturer. Good Luck.
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