New Stove and Thank You

begreen

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Staff member
Nov 18, 2005
78,585
South Puget Sound, WA
Very nice! and just in time.
 

ispinwool

Burning Hunk
Feb 5, 2010
159
Butler County, Pa.
Looks great, Jules!
You're gonna love watching those flames and toasting your toes :)
 

Jan Pijpelink

Minister of Fire
Jan 2, 2015
1,605
Lindenwold, South Jersey
Don't recognize the stove. What did you get?
 

weatherguy

Minister of Fire
Feb 20, 2009
5,360
Central Mass
We have been burning almost non-stop since we had it installed. Burns great and looks so nice!! Dogs love it too :)
I think our dogs like it more than we do.
 
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JulesinAK

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Nov 9, 2013
28
SE Alaska
Yes, PE Neo, thanks Begreen. Glad to hear that you like it MDWood. I love the height and the heat output is quite good. Of course, it is still warm here being the 40's. Almost roasted us out the other day at 72 degrees inside! That is hot for us!
Will try to get a dog picture soon. We are getting a new puppy soon so may have even more dog pictures :)
Jules
 
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Woody Stover

Minister of Fire
Dec 25, 2010
10,644
Southern IN
Nice-looking stove, Jules. :cool: How much sq. footage are you heating? Looks like you have a vaulted ceiling? Is that the 2.5?
I see 15' chimney spec in the manual, but do these PE stoves breath pretty easy? For example, the stoves I have experience with, Woodstock straight cats, say they want 15' but they will run pretty well on 13'. I was wondering if the PEs would work at my SIL's house, 14' IIRC. I'd be hesitant to add chimney since she already has a 5' rocket launcher sticking out of the roof that is facing the road. :oops:
 

JulesinAK

Member
Nov 9, 2013
28
SE Alaska
Hello Woody. We have the 1.6, We are about 1,000 sq ft upstairs. We have 18 ft ceilings to the clear story in the middle of the house so we have a fairly good run on the chimney. The ceiling fan is terrific! We have an oil monitor downstairs but it really doesn't come on much. We keep it cooler down there.
So far the stove burns really well. Easy to light and the flame stays really nice. Clean glass too!!

Jules
 

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begreen

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Staff member
Nov 18, 2005
78,585
South Puget Sound, WA
Nice-looking stove, Jules. :cool: How much sq. footage are you heating? Looks like you have a vaulted ceiling? Is that the 2.5?I see 15' chimney spec in the manual, but do these PE stoves breath pretty easy? For example, the stoves I have experience with, Woodstock straight cats, say they want 15' but they will run pretty well on 13'. I was wondering if the PEs would work at my SIL's house, 14' IIRC. I'd be hesitant to add chimney since she already has a 5' rocket launcher sticking out of the roof that is facing the road. :oops:
The secondary supply is a pretty straight shot with just one 90º at the baffle. That seems to make them breathe easier. I have a friend with a Summit on a 12' total flue with a 90 + 45º turn before the chimney that should be a real challenge and it does fine.