sure flame outside wood burning stoves

sure flame outside wood burning stoves

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winnie

Olive Hill, KY

#1 Dec 21, 2011
Don't buy one in owingsville off Roger Williams they are junk,believe me I own one.
carl

West Liberty, KY

#2 Dec 30, 2012
do you want to sell this stove
Hmm

Hillsboro, KY

#3 Dec 30, 2012
Hmm unless your a dumba$$ they work great.
need

Dawsonville, GA

#4 Jan 4, 2013
Can you recommend a good one?
Humble

Morehead, KY

#5 Jan 4, 2013
An Amish man in the Ewing area, Mr Detweiller. We love ours. Keeps our
home nice and toasty. Well worth it.
Question

Lexington, KY

#6 Jan 14, 2013
How much do they cost ?
Warm Hands

Flemingsburg, KY

#7 Jan 16, 2013
I love wood heat! I see these stoves, but they are not very attractive, how far away from a house can they be?
Cold

Grayson, KY

#8 Jan 17, 2013
Repeating question from 'Question', about how much are these outside wood furnaces? Anyone sell them around here? I'm really interested in having information about them. Thanks.
John

Worton, MD

#9 Jan 18, 2013
They cost a lot of money and you get a few good years, then they are nothing but trouble..I have a wood furnance in my basement, works great..safe, all the mess is in the basement,i dont have to run to the outside to add wood..its in out of the weather, and i dont have to run water lines..the whole thing, duct work and all cost me a little over a thousand dollars..the outside wood burner i looked at was gonna be close to 10,000 after installation...
Cold

Flemingsburg, KY

#10 Jan 18, 2013
Thanks, John. I guess I'll have to research it more to see if it's cost efficient over time. Really appreciate your reply.
Cold Hands

Alto, GA

#11 Jan 27, 2013
Wish I had a wood stove this week-it was really cold
Humble

Lexington, KY

#12 Jan 28, 2013
Take the road that goes out by Grimes greenhouse. Follow it straight, no turns and you will see Turkey Ridge Farms, the cost depends on how many feet you need to heat. A family member had one for 20 years plus, sold it for what they had in it when they bought it. And bought a new one when we bought ours, just because. They have stoves that you can look at. They look like a small building, and you can put it as far away from the house as you want, just more money. I will not quote prices, but they are great for warm heat. My electric bill is so low, it's worth buying the wood. Amish will work with you, if you pour your own concrete pad, dig your own lines, if you help, there is less cost. And there is some maintenance, but a few cans sprayed in it at Spring is better that high electric bills all Winter. Easy to use...
Cold

Alto, GA

#13 Jan 28, 2013
Thanks for the info-just what I needed to know .
Cold

Flemingsburg, KY

#14 Feb 1, 2013
Wonder if they are open on Saturday or Sunday afternoon? Really thinking about checking into it but can't go until late Saturday or sometime Sunday afternoon.
Lisa

Vine Grove, KY

#15 Oct 16, 2013
Cold,
I have a Sure Flame 2000 that I am selling for $1,000. If you are handy this is the unit for you. I love the idea of a wood furnace to heat our entire 2000 sq ft. home, but it is the wood smell that I seem to have issues with. No matter what wood stove I am around, if they are burning, my allergies are in full force!
wat

Chesapeake, OH

#16 Oct 17, 2013
Lisa wrote:
Cold,
I have a Sure Flame 2000 that I am selling for $1,000. If you are handy this is the unit for you. I love the idea of a wood furnace to heat our entire 2000 sq ft. home, but it is the wood smell that I seem to have issues with. No matter what wood stove I am around, if they are burning, my allergies are in full force!
Victor Mabry in olive hill sells these stoves!!!
stove

West Liberty, KY

#17 Jan 23, 2014
Lisa wrote:
Cold,
I have a Sure Flame 2000 that I am selling for $1,000. If you are handy this is the unit for you. I love the idea of a wood furnace to heat our entire 2000 sq ft. home, but it is the wood smell that I seem to have issues with. No matter what wood stove I am around, if they are burning, my allergies are in full force!
whats phone number if you want to sell it I may take
Pluck

Minneapolis, MN

#18 Oct 29, 2014
Cold wrote:
Wonder if they are open on Saturday or Sunday afternoon? Really thinking about checking into it but can't go until late Saturday or sometime Sunday afternoon.
Lisa, did you sell this stove? I may have someone interested. Where are you located again?
Humble

Grayson, KY

#19 Nov 4, 2014
Go see Mr. Detwiller on Metcalf road, he sells central boilers, I have a warm house, and garage. I have never ending hot water, it's hooked into the stove, can easily return back to regular water heater. The old house was taking $7.000.00 a year, the stove paid for itself in 2 years. The more you do to help them, pour the concrete pad, dig your own lines, drive the stove to your house instead if the horses pulling it, it all helps at the end when the bill comes to you. I'll never have any other type of heat...... Warm right now........

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