Who else is throwing in the towel early and closing up their pellet burner for the season?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by ChrisWNY, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. St_Earl

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    well. i guess i am officially spoiled by pellet heat.
    45 degrees for a low last night. (now) and i find i want to have the stove on for a while this morning.
    64 in my bedroom just doesn't cut it anymore.

    this leaves me still wondering what the average lows are here late may and june.
     
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  2. Salty

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    I been off for 4 or 5 days now. It's plenty warm now wife can find something else to groan and moan about LOL
     
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    Mines been off for more than a week but I'm sure it's gonna' run some more. I think even on damp rainy days in the summer I'll start it to dry out the air and take the chill out. A small fire now and then makes the missus' frisky;)
     
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  4. smoke show

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    You know what we say around here Neil, pics or it didn't happen. ;)!!;lol
     
  5. imacman

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    Glad I didn't do the final cleanout yet.....gonna be down to 40-41 on Sunday here.
     
  6. save$

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    I've had my stove off for several days. This has to be a first for us. But, no plans to pack it up unless we have a warm dry spell. I like to run it even for getting the dampness out. It will be pellet buying time in another month. Best to be ready by protecting yourself from political indiscretions.
     
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    ;ex!!;sick
     
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