Coast to Coast
From one designer to another: AWESOME WORK GUYS!
SONIC. said:...And cold proofing my shop. I went through 500 bucks in propane in the last 13 days. Emptied my tank. Fuck this weather. So we have been redoing insulation where its worn, filling door gap, made a big swinging door to cover the exhaust fan when its not in use etc.
Tim said:Totally different scale, but when we were looking at heating options for the cottage in the fall, we considered a wall mounted propane furnace. Just a small 35,000 BTU unit or the like. What we found is in fact propane is very slow compared to wood, and it's also a 'damp' heat.
You build a roaring fire in a large woodstove and you're looking at massive BTU. Get a fan in there or a stove with a blower and you're golden. An actual wood-fired central air furnace might be the best option, if it's a large shop. My inlaws had a wood-fired furnace in their home. Forced air heat, but with wood as the fuel.
canyoncarver said:Nice work. Funny, I have most of those real pieces in my garage somewhere....I have a hard time throwing out old tech.
bradj said:Finished and played with alittle. it works great i dont know how lived with out one. next is the big guy i learned a few lessons making this one so im off to the races very soon