Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by gunny100, Mar 16, 2019.
whats the largest pcs of un split wood log to safetly buen in thew in doo fireplace
Nothing heavier than the load limit of your floor joists.
When my wife and I worked shift work, we would have on hand a piece to put in when we worked night shift. We call them “11-7 logs”. Since we would be gone for 10 hours, we needed something slow burning to catch up when we got home in the morning.
I don’t burn anything bigger than what will fit through the stove’s Door.
When I had indoor stoves, I only threw in big enough chunks that could fit side by side....stove burns way better than just tossing in a giant chunk.
On my OWB, I can't lift what would fit.
Woodmaster was sued when a person loaded a large piece and pinched one of his fingers off. Now it has a label stating it is a pinch point and only handle pieces you can easily lift. Local dealer closed shop over it. American way, no personal responsibility.
i could burn 500 lb logs in the fireplace
PICS of you loading them.
This guy is really a special kind of f’d up
i use a pallet jack to move the wood to the fireplace and than i roll it in first make a big fire
i use a pallet jack to get the 500lb log to the fireplace than i roll it in the fireplace
first make a roring fire
I use to haul wood to the fireplace with a Propane forklift.....then the wife *****'s about fumes and scratches on hardwood floors.
Not sure what they did with this guys wood but maybe you could email his wife and ask for his wood.
We keep some “night logs” about 12” diameter that barely fit in the door of mine. They don’t burn very good, but go all night. A better plan is usually to load it up normal an hour before bed and then load some normal size green wood on top of it at bed time.
How long does a 500# log last? That’s a lot of wood, between 1/8 and 1/4 cord
how much drugs you consume, to come up with such stupid questions?????
And I was just ready to report a significant increase in burn times if logs was dropped Long ways down the flue.
How is his house not burnt down by now? I think the troll assessment may be the only solution.
Nothing larger than what your wife can carry.
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