This week I realized an aim I’ve had for several years – to have a wood stove which cooks and heats. When we first bought the house it had one of the old, traditional brick and ceramic sit-on stoves, a giant contraption. Unfortunately, I tore it down and replaced it with a modern fireplace which heats part of the house via tubes.
We also have a ceramic and brick heating stove in another part of the house and a propane cooker in the kitchen. What i really wanted was something that both heated and cooked and kept its heat. This new stove is extremely, back-breakingly heavy as it’s made of cast iron, ceramic tiles and the interior is clay. We also had to have a new chimney made to use it due to new regulations. Hopefully, it doe sthe job as room temperature in my house at the moment is a balmy 6 degrees Centigrade and winter hasn’t even really started.
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Very nice stove Edward! Cool country style !
Six degrees Centigrade! You must be baking alive in there! I hope it doesn’t get much hotter 🙂
I’ve never seen one like that before. Fascinating.
I’m keen to know if the lower part of that flue is single or double walled. Here, the distance from combustible materials is very strict. When I built my garden room, I had to use fire resistant board behind the first section due to its proximity. The rest of the flue was double walled.
I think it’s double walled….