joeq wrote:I can't believe I missed this thread. Superb job so far Paulie. With all them stoves, you won't have to worry about snow collecting around your foundation. William says your insert is actually a cast iron F/P. How bout the Baltimore or Sunnyside insert you show, 3rd picture down, on page 3? Is that also yours? Or is it someone elses?
Hey Joe, now that you have your G111 purring like a kitten , you can sit back and get caught up.
If they were all burning at the house, they wouldn't have to plow the roads in town.
I use four of them to heat different areas of the shop up the road.
I agree totally with William, that it's just a fireplace and not very efficient. My plan is to increase its efficiency a bit by adding a double wall , revertable flue, base chamber, and ducting it into my garage which is located directly behind it. That is after I finish my other hundred projects .
The Baltimore heater in the pic is a New Golden Sun base burner, and will be going in my upstairs fireplace, once I elevate and extend the hearth, hopefully this summer. The Comet to the right in the pic is a direct draft that when I get to it is going in my son's home.
The base burner on the left is a World's Argand that will probably reside in my new shop office....... If I live long enough