I think he, like me, is referring to the people that 'can'... but do not.
When someone comes in with a 2 year old, 3/4 ton pickup, and 4 wheel trailer,
I'm thinking he can afford them in June..
Same with the people that have a 2 acre place, that I drool over..
Right now, deliveries, both in...
Not to get into a competition about this, but I use tape all the time, and it comes right off.
It sticks to itself, like shrink wrap, but does not stick to the pipe.. no cleanup.
I have also tried taking pipe apart for others, with RTV, and they would not come apart
without destroying the...
I do like LaCrete.. If it were the only pellet I could get, I would never complain. :)
Did not use many last year, only because I tried some others.
The LaCrete, often seemed like more ash,
however, I always found it to be very fluffy.. meaning, to me, there was not
more ash, just more volume...
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 the liner.
Real tall! Old New Englander house... goes from basement up to beyond 3rd floor.
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 your air setting, you find that to be true.
I have an Englander in my shop, and burn softwood only..
The hardwood/hardwood blends that I tried just...
$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 slice 100 bucks off a ton,
unless the higher price is absurd..
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..
I agree.. if there is a power outage, you may get some smoke...
fortunately, it has never been an issue here with my situation.