SteveZee wrote:Yep Josh, Mine is a Glenwood 208C. They come in many configurations too. Mine has a warming shelf on top but it's easy enough to remove if you like the flat top look.
That looks so good! I remembered envying your stove Steve !
Remember they make laws that the rest of the US doesn't recognize or agree with.
Hmmm, and exactly where does NFPA not apply to and which town has inspectors that ignore that and which insurance companies will pay out when you burn your house to the ground, I need names now as yes, I am ready to move.
First I believe that they only deal with commercial , new construction, and major renovations involving building permits.
Why do you keep wanting a name of an installer? I'm the installer have you not figured that out yet?
Dude my house is 18th century do you really think it meets most modern codes?
Big govt. can stay out of my house btw
The fire inspector that came to my house to inspect my chimney after the liner was installed asked if I was using that old WM and saw it hooked up. He passed it. The only reason an inspector came was because I paid someone to reline the chimney and brick the fireplace up. The chimney in the kitchen is good and there is no need for a permit or an inspector to check it. Inspectors will vary from town to town and I am guessing you haven't had good experiences with them or you are a by the book kind of guy.