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Old 09-20-2018, 06:19 PM   #16
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We have a beautiful soapstone wood stove (with the house when we bought it)
Itís a great stove and it heats the house (log home) well. Most times it throws too much heat but at 69 years old itís not hard to get used to.
Wood itself is expensive to buy and way to much work to do ourselves anymore.
Weíll be using our propane a bit more but will light a fire after supper to sit and enjoy the stove. Once itís out itís out and the thermostat will be set on 68 or so but will only kick on when the house cools. No more getting up in the middle of the night to feed the stove. Have toyed with the idea of a pellet stove too.
Weíll see what the future brings.
We also have a soapstone stove--much more even heating than steel or cast iron.

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