DIY Wood Stove INSTALL in MOBILE HOME

DIY Wood Stove INSTALL in MOBILE HOME
2 OF 2 VIDEOS SHOWING HOW I INSTALLED THIS WOOD STOVE IN OUR SINGLE WIDE MOBILE HOME!
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wood stove: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Englander-1200-sq-ft-Wood-Burning-Stove-17-VL/202051504
mobile home kit: https://www.homedepot.com/p/DuraVent-DuraPlus-6-in-Triple-Wall-Manufactured-Home-Chimney-Stove-Vent-Kit-6DP-KMFG/202281660
stove pipe: https://www.amazon.com/Simpson-Duravent-8847-Adjustable-Stove/dp/B001EXEKWG/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1543506263&sr=8-12&keywords=telescoping+chimney+double
Connector: https://www.amazon.com/DuraVent-6DVL-ADT-Inner-Diameter-Chimney/dp/B005IDHXTU/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1543506352&sr=8-13&keywords=double+wall+stove+pipe

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DIY Wood Stove INSTALL in MOBILE HOME

13 replies on “DIY Wood Stove INSTALL in MOBILE HOME”

  1. The best cleaner for the window on your wood stove is wood ash and newspapers dampened with water. That takes off all the burnt on deposits from the fires. A little trick we learned from Vermont Castings, a wood stove company.

  2. Very nice. We have a zero clearance fireplace that is absolutely useless to us. You can build a fire in it but it's essentially colder in the home because our heat goes up the chimney will burning. Maybe with your video I can convince my wife to make a change. We are also in a mobile home. I'm sure if you are in Western NC then you are enjoying your wood stove on a snowy day today!

  3. You gave an excellent demonstration Jason so even though I cannot have a wood stove due to living in a room in my daughters house no knowledge is always a good thing. Patty

  4. Excellent job and video. You need a poker to move the coals and wood. I get free wood off Craigslist and Facebook and how noticing where utility companies trim under power lines. They leave wood. I have a rechargeable battery chainsaw that has been going strong for 3 years. But the chain needs sharpened -another skill. Splitting wood is a workout that is actually enjoyable. My grandpa 🧔🏼taught me how to split wood and use a couple of wedges if need be.

  5. Nicely done! I have been using a wood stove for over thirty years,warm the bones kinda heat! Also have one in the garage! Good luck!!!

  6. Next thing on your to do list is learning to clean the chimney. You do not want a chimney fire! You can buy the brush kit at any hardware store and it is simple to use — but each chimney is different. How I clean mine will be different than how you clean yours. You need to talk to a pro. I clean mine in the spring and then again mid winter with a quicky run thru in the fall to make sure nothing has gotten thru the flue cap to make a nest in the chimney (bees, etc). Have to agree with Tomato Geeks about not burning green woods. Some people state one full year after a tree has been cut is fine but I prefer 2 years (1 year as rounds and 1 year as split). Unseasoned wood is cheaper if you are buying it and you can season it on your property very easily. I rotate my stacks. My stacks are also stored off the ground (cement blocks supporting 2×4's). Right now I have 3 years worth of seasoned wood stored on my property ready to burn. And this winter I will add corpse wood (a British way of managing their forest by allowing trees that have been cut to put off new growth) to season. Also agree with Tomato Geeks to install a fire proof material on the back wall.

  7. I hope you trimmed those shingles to sit flat on roof and put a bit of sealant under to hold down. If you get a stiff wind under those shingles they can get ripped off.

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