By Willy from San Antonio, TX on August 30, 2013
Hi I have 2 Franklin wood burning stoves and I have been caulking the inside of the fire box with a Red Devil fireplace cement and mortar but every year I must clean it out to replace it because it turns hard like a rock and cracks. Is there another caulk that I might use that stays flexible and doesn't crack so I don't have to keep repeating this every year?
By Collin on September 3, 2013
For high temperature applications, I recommend using a product such as the Rutland Pre-Mixed Black Furnace Cement
. This product is designed to remain semi-pliable, even when fully cured. This should eliminate the need to redo the stove joints on a yearly basis.
By Joe from New hampshire on January 12, 2013
Typically how often does one have to refuel an airtight wood burning stove?
By Dawn on January 14, 2013
Answer:That would vary depending on the size and brand of the stove. Please let us know which one you are interested in so we may advise you.
By Jan from Post Falls, Idaho on January 12, 2013
I am looking for a mid-size wood burning stove with a cook top with a blower fan. Can you help me find several models to choose from?
By Kevin on January 14, 2013