Saturday, December 27, 2008

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9 comments:

Chris said...

Great pictures Rob, I have been reading tonnes of information at Hearth.com. But it is always nice to see the pictures of actual setups. I am currently still putting my heating project together so this has helped.

Thanks

Fred said...

Impressive photos you took it gives everyone viewing how its done. Great job! I am running an EKO 40, my only problem is the damper freezing have a hell of a time to get it opened, not found any other complaints, I don't use storage as most of you do and suspect too much ideling is the cause of my problems.

Fred D in Cumberland Maine

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John Decker said...

This is a great article with a lot of informative material. I have been trying to put in a new heat source system in my basement. I just got it finished and it is still cold down there because our house is old. I decided to get an indoor wood boiler because it produces a cleaner heat source and is great for the environment. It also uses local renewable fuel. However, I have a lot of piping down there and I do not know where to install it. any suggestions?