LsFarm wrote:Devil and Dallas,, so how do you handle this type of weather? Stay up all night and baby sit the stove,, or ignore it and go back to sleep?? Without a barometric damper, your hand feed stove would overheat, and or burn up all it's fuel in record time.
Covered this in another thread Greg but I have never noticed the slightest difference, either with or without a barometric damper. I had one years ago & it never seemed to do a thing. My house is on a cul-de-sac which is in a natural bowl, so I am pretty well protected from the wind. Maybe that's the reason that I never saw a difference?