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inspectorD 11-12-2007 03:05 PM

Wood boilers
 
All that wood burning info you may want to find is at.www.woodheat.org.
I just came inside, 25 degrees in Nov...and thought I wood look up woodfiredboilers. This was the site I spent some time at. Good info, seemed up to date, not to much bashing.
Decided to wait on a boiler and just stick with the wood stoves.
Plenty of info for those there too.
Be safe with wood...educate yourself...
stay warm and cozy.:D

glennjanie 11-12-2007 03:33 PM

Right on, D; nothing works with wood more than safety. Make sure the stove or boiler has a UL label and the directions are followed to a tee.
Tennessee Valey Authority proved that a dried out paneled wall could catch fire at 200*;gives you something to think about.
Glenn

inspectorD 11-13-2007 05:42 PM

While I'm bringin it up...
 
Just a little reminder...
Even though you may not have used the fireplace or woodstove yetthis heating season, do not "As# u me" that it is ready to use since last year. Many a rodent or bird has been known to take up residence in your chimney when you we not lookin.:eek:

Just found a guy movin in myself...possibly to stay warmer.;)

Everybody ready? Just don't sit here reading about it....go look!!!:D

inspectorD 12-29-2007 09:34 AM

There I go
 
Doublin up on posts again.

Well I guess it's never to late to be up on good wood stove fires and negative heat sucking fire places.:D


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