Cap wrote:Did I ever tell you I like THERMOMETERS?
Your basement looks like the laboratory of a mad scientist
Yea, I ain't winning any prizes for neatness or best looking set up. That picture is from 2006. But that corner is quite busy with well tanks tied in parallel, electric, cable, phone, hot water & coal stove. That's a handful.
Just bought a new thermometer. I put it (as directed) 12 inches above the stove on my chimney. I'm wondering if I might be better off putting it on the stove itself. Any thoughts on this? My main goal here is to get the most efficient burn for my buck. Also, if I put it on the stove, where should I put it, front, side, etc. AND...what temps am I looking for on the chimney or on the stove. Thanks for the help!