Is there a more modern hand fired, other than Alaska Kodiak

PostBy: coal berner On: Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:49 pm

ron54 do a google map search on bloomsburg pa the zip is 17815 it is 113miles from milford about 2hrs oneway bloomsburg pa is below wilkes-barre pa also as it was stated before look at the liberty stove the door is the same as the kodiak it will show you the brass door :)
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PostBy: coal berner On: Wed Sep 12, 2007 2:40 pm

Hey ron54 have you looked at the free classifieds section on this forum yet there is a nice Harman mark 1 stove on there they are nice little stoves it can heat up to 1400 sq.ft and it can burn up to 24hr. on one load of coal you can burn three sizes of coal pea nut stove the price is a grate one take a look for your sq.ft it should work very well for you
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PostBy: jpen1 On: Wed Sep 12, 2007 9:27 pm

Alaska's showroom is located 2 mi south of I 80 exit 241 on RT 11. It would be on your left going south on RT 11. It is about 2 hours from your location. Also If you wait till the 22nd the Bloomsburg fair ( largest fair in the state) will be on and Kevin stolz has a very large display there and he sells Keystoker and Harman. Also there is dealer that sells Hitzer stoves by the name of Bern-He farm and garden center. Also Alaska in conjunction with there one dealer Bloom's supply have a stand on the grounds. Kevin usually has either a Harman or a keystoker factory representative there on the first Saturday.
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PostBy: ron54 On: Thu Sep 13, 2007 1:30 pm

coal berner wrote:Hey ron54 have you looked at the free classifieds section on this forum yet there is a nice Harman mark 1 stove on there they are nice little stoves it can heat up to 1400 sq.ft and it can burn up to 24hr. on one load of coal you can burn three sizes of coal pea nut stove the price is a grate one take a look for your sq.ft it should work very well for you


I would consider this if I already had a class A chimney installed. Another part of my dilema is, finding someone other than a store to install chimney. This is why I'm looking new at stores that do installation.
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PostBy: coal berner On: Thu Sep 13, 2007 3:32 pm

ron54 you will have to pay either way if you buy new or use stove installation will not be free even if you buy it from a stove store they will still charge you. Putting up a S.S. pipe is not that hard it comes in 3 to 4 foot sections slide it together the put a few screws in each section are you going threw a concrete wall or wood if you have a window that you can go threw you could take out glass and have a s.s. plate with a hole to put pipe threw to the outside you would need 1 section of 3 or 4 ft then you would have 3 to 4 ft away from house put 2 tees together 1 for clean out and then run you pipe up to the top I think you said you need 15ft you could 4 4ft section or 5 3ft with cap plus 2 tees would add a few ft then use s.s. straps around pipe at the top to tie in to roof or to face bord under your gutter then inside you would use single wall black pipe 22ga 24ga or 26ga the heavier the wall the longer it will last hope this helps you out :)
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