Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Lake Girl, Feb 22, 2013.
The Elena looks great in Bordeaux too....
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Wow, That is a stand out! Love the color and the looks!
Lady in Red, is looking Sexy.
Beautiful stove. I love the styling of the Italian models (contemporary look/Some Enviros, Eurozone, Palazzetti, etc) . Sleek and sexy
Nice, neat setup. How is the heat?
The hearth pad doesn't do her justice. Once we get the wood floors redone this summer, she'll get her glass. Kids and big dogs have been rough on the flooring... Kids are moving out but looking for a new dog (The rottie has been gone over a year and the newfie over two). Wolf and foxes have been looking for a cat treat too close to the house
The sole heat for approx. 2000 sq foot. Added a little electric heat upstairs when we were getting the -35 temps. We've been thinking about getting her a twin. With the kids moving out, planning to reconfigure main floor and thinking about moving this one to a position where we can use her "air plus" option to move more heat upstairs. Main living areas 70 - 75 and the bedrooms 60 - 65.
Temp outside 23, inside 75, running on level 2, currently in modulation mode.
There has been a couple of Elenas for sale on CL in my area for 2300 or so. One dealer has a air plus. I was looking hard at them before finding the one I just installed. Good luck on finding another four footed friend.
I found the two on CL. Auction house has some Elenas (no air) but not sure of the colors.
If your comfortable with the stove and its ins and outs and not having a warranty you may get a great deal now that the better part of the winter is over. I was just lucky in finding mine and everybody here is now thinking spring. My local big box store wont bring in pellets unless I prepay and then I wont know what kind of pellets till they show up. I opened a bag of the last ton I just got from them last Sunday and it has wood toothpicks in the mix and they will probably fly out of the pot if they make it down the feed tube. Trying to fugure out what to do with them.
Damn Sexy! Ohh and the stove looks good too!
Omg! Is that my dog?
If shes about 115lbs. She can really put the run on the traveling steak saleman!
Our Gibson (130 lbs) who was good at keeping the bears and other critters away especially when his kids were outside. The photo was taken when he was standing "guard" over one of his boys' deer during hunting season
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