Fitting a new central heating system ( revised plan B)

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Just in case anyone was interested the new wood burner is A1, keeps the house hot and hardly uses a lot of wood.
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"Hot" isn't good, you'll get thermal shock when you go outside in deep winter in the Limousin.
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FrenchForumSurvivor wrote:
Fri Nov 29, 2019 9:00 pm
"Hot" isn't good, you'll get thermal shock when you go outside in deep winter in the Limousin.
Deep winter :lol: its only 2 just now outside. -5 next week.
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It's not deep winter yet, wait until January.
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mysty wrote:
Fri Nov 29, 2019 8:29 pm
Just in case anyone was interested the new wood burner is A1, keeps the house hot and hardly uses a lot of wood.
That’s good. I wouldn’t be without mine. I’ve got three cords of wood arriving at 9 tomorrow morning which with the amount I’ve still got left from last year should keep me warm for a very long time.

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DominicBest wrote:
Fri Nov 29, 2019 9:15 pm
should keep me warm for a very long time
That's the comfort level you need, mysty, not hot.
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I think we have bought six stere, four of them are dry. We will not be spending much time down in the limousin until spring. So we have plenty.
The wood burner is better than anyother one we have had. It really holds the heat, the big test will be early next year when it's really cold.
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