Ioldanach wrote:My Coalbrookdale Darby. First season using it, we love not just how much heat it puts out but the quality of the heat. 67 degrees in the next room over feels much warmer than with the oil boiler baseboard heat we're used to.
McGiever wrote:maybe your house is just a wee bit too tight for combustion make-up air.
grobinson2 wrote:Just put in my newly designed Hitzer 354 Radiant Model.
This was my first redesign of a stove inside and out. Heat shields have been added to both sides of the stove in the form of plated diamond wire mesh. The shields do not block any of the heat that would normally be radiated by the stove but keep small hands from being burned. The older style Hitzer Logo has been installed on the damper handle. The firebox has been redesigned to allow for an extra 25 pounds of coal. The doors and over the fire air inlets have been repainted with high temp silver by the wife and the rest of the stove was painted with a new type of hi gloss hi temp black paint that I like much better then Rutland. Quite happy with our new stove and plan on doing a few more upgrades along the way to make it even more efficient.