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How do I reflect the maximum heat from a woodstove?
« Reply #25 on: 20/11/2010 15:14:34 »
Chris, the Tarm is in the garage. I am considering a small wood burner for the living room just because I love wood heaters and I also have a wood cook stove, but after 45 years of mess in the house from wood and ash cleaning, and the added benefit of having year round domestic hot water without fossil fuels, and the future possibility of integrating a solar water heater into the system, I decided to made a change. I have friends who have done this and they are ecstatic.

CZARCAR, the answer to your question is that they both burn wood, not expensive fossil fuels. And, at least in my case, free firewood is readily available.

Steve
it was a trick question but if u wanna play herees a clue= u have to visualize 1[not both] upside down to find the answer
 

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