We Installed Patio Doors And Windows In Our Homemade Basement,// Wood Burning Stove As Well

We Installed Patio Doors And Windows In Our Homemade Basement,// Wood Burning Stove As Well
In this video Heather and I installed the windows and the patio door in our new homemade basement. We also moved our wood burning stove down there as well, It feels so good to be able to sit in our new basement by the fire and look out at our new view.

We Installed Patio Doors And Windows In Our Homemade Basement,// Wood Burning Stove As Well

13 replies on “We Installed Patio Doors And Windows In Our Homemade Basement,// Wood Burning Stove As Well”

  1. This has been such a brave project. My jaw dropped when I saw the video where you pushed the house over onto the new basement. I know you've still got work to do you but you have all the heavy work done now. Well done to both of you.If I may ask a question; what do you do for a living? Are you a farmer?

  2. Real nice job guys‼️👍👍 Once those concrete walls suck up the heat it will hold the heat for a long time. Good Luck, Vinny 🇺🇸

  3. Amazing work on the French doors, Cecil & Heather! I know u are exciting watching y’all big dream come to fruition. It’s going to be one fantastic place(already is). Y’all stay safe & healthy.

  4. You can make an expansion chamber out of a 55 gal drum with a clamp on lid (stood upright) to capture and use some of that heat which is currently going out the chimney to heat the upper level. Make the stove exhaust pipe go up inside the chamber to the upper third of the barrel and then make the chimney riser come down inside the barrel to the lower third and the hot flue gases will circulate inside the chamber and the barrel will radiate a good amount of that lost heat to the upper level. You can keep a pot on top of the chamber to heat some water and humidify the room too. Less firewood cutting for the same total amount of heat and a spark arrester to boot.

  5. Looking good Cecil, well done Heather. How are you going to side the house now that you have it moved and set up (ship lap or such)?

  6. Great Job.. That old stove looks much like mine very good stove. One job for summer is give old stove a paint job.. Nothin beats wood heat.. Lookin good.. Take care luv ya both!!!

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