I bet that 90% of the welders on this site could build a safe relatively clean burning stove (cept maybe that guy that wants to burn moss, just kidding)
I so glad that I have the federal government in my life.
If there was a "Post Icon" that showed the face of a person that had just eaten some "kitty roca" I would use here!
I would urge all that want build a stove to do your own local research!
I even heard that the EPA was going after Santa cause he was emitting "noxious gases" when he was in the chimney, and that those gases hadn't been tested.
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Thread: wood burning stove
11-30-2012, 11:57 AM #11Member
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Stoves, Santa, insurance & the EPA..............................oh my
11-30-2012, 06:52 PM #12
I built my shop's wood stove.
I have had my insurance agents look at it and also a few adjusters.
They all seemed to love it.
It burns several logs for several hrs if you count the big pile of coals.
And yes I do have to clean the pipe fairly often.
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12-03-2012, 12:43 PM #13Senior Member
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