The New Stove

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by tahoostas, Jun 2, 2013.

  1. tahoostas

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    Our new stove (last fall). Loving it.
     

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  2. PapaDave

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    Love that stove, and your install.
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  3. tahoostas

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    Hey thanks! We are really happy with it. The surround is made from pallet wood that we ebonized with homemade stain. Fun project. The base is plate metal, so happy with that, nice and easy to keep clean.
     
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    I wanna know how you keep that stove on the wall.......and how the heck you get it to draw smoke sideways!!
    All joking aside, PapaDave straightened your picture out and your install looks fabulous!!
    Do you have the clearance for that wood to be around the back of the stove like that? Just making sure you are safe, my friend.
    BTW, welcome to the nuthouse. With a Hearth like that, you'll be a valued member of the site!

    Now, hows bout a few pictures of your woodstacks, hmm??
     
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    wow! !!! GREAT JOB on the hearth! i love the rustic look to start with and that my friend is one of the sharpest ive seen in a while. hats off to ya!
     
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    Haha... Ya the clearances were 4" to combustibles and had a certified installer put it in! ....and i was all over it with the IR temp gun all winter to satisfy my own paranoia.
    Thanks for the compliments! I spent many an hour reading through this sites forums before installing. Great resource.
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    That looks great!
     
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    That's for you Hearth.com Members. Had that burnt up by mid Feb.
     

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    Very nice! Now you're talkin' my language!!
     
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    I like the reclaimed wood. It gives a warm feel, even if the stove isn't lit.
     
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