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Stuff a rag in it.... free.
Like others mentioned... Damp Rid in the stove..
Yeah... I know.
reply remains the same.. ;)
I do the same..
You think Home Depot stuff is a lot different??
Standard 3" pellet ... the most common. About 5' of straight, 2 - 90's.
8x8 clay liner all the way up. 6" metal thimble through wall, into...
That is how I did mine.. Save about 30 bucks...
Goes in to the masonry chimney that I had a wood stove in for years, then a coal stove.. now...
Yeah... I should go down the "new" comments, first.... ;em
Yeah... different regions, certainly have different materials/brands available.
A lot of places around here do not even carry hardwoods.. Little...
I can't agree with that....
You won't find many people claiming that a hardwood pellet is hotter than a pine..
If you are on setting #1, I would bet that if you played with...
$100 less? is that on your whole order, or one ton??
If it's one ton, your guy is charging a lot this time of year...
I don't know how you can...
Is that the newest model?
(From Quebec) Available here.
I have an Englander in my shop that has no vertical.. It works fine.
They have blowers in them.. They aren't relying on draft to run..
North Country's here are at $5 a bag..
Cheaper than Green Supremes, and in 'my' opinion,
are much better... Bags are not the best, will give you...
Things are getting tight...
Depending on brands
1 ton 1.2 tons 1.5 tons.
A waterproof container for a full pallet is going to have to be a pretty good size!!
LG Supers are 33#.. should be available in your area.
2 bags a day. No prob.
I sanded mine with fine sandpaper (220) same direction as you want the pellets to travel
then gave it a coat of car wax... (Mothers, to be exact)...
Circa 1895 here.. I'm with ya.
I have to disagree.
It gives you another option.. a plus.
I use stove temp a lot, as I like having warm air circulating all the time
when it is...
I have used them.
I think they are very good.
If you get them at a good price, they are a sleeper, for sure!!
With a step down basement/bulkhead, I "used" to go up and down the stairs..
1 bag a time..wow...
Then one day my neighbor was taking apart his...
There's another way???
Now I get it..
I do the slide and stack alone.. I just knew that 15 minutes was REALLY, REALLY fast..