Moving to Where It's Cheaper Not Greener.

Re: Moving to where it's cheaper not greener.

PostBy: jeromemsn On: Mon Jan 04, 2010 2:26 pm

The amazing thing is, I have the natural gas furnace turned off. I have the furnace fan running 24/7. The Keystoker DV90 is keeping the place a nice 80. The outside temps are a nice 17 with wind speeds of up to 20mph out of the NW, lake effect snow of two feet since New Years eve. I have a Harman insert ready to go if needed, but I wanted to just crack one window open if need be, not all of them, lol.

I know that things like this only come along once in a life time, maybe. I'm going to enjoy this as long as I can since nothing last forever. If anyone wants to come out and visit I have a bed room, full bath, and sitting area upstairs just doing nothing. Chicago is an hour away, Notre Dame is about 15min's., Lake Michigan is about 30 min's.

Oh and yes the humidifier is running full boar and staying at about 35 percent, guess it's because of all the woodwork in the house.
Hot Air Coal Stoker Furnace: Keystoker 90 dvc
Hand Fed Coal Stove: Harman elite fireplace insert