Getting rid of wood stove was rough

I found out from a local HVAC company that it really isn’t a home heater

The house I bought was definitely themed with a Colonial flair. The wallpaper, wood half walls, orange house and woodstove in the living room clearly reflected in. Thankfully most things were an easy fix. I could tear down the wall paper and half wood walls. Everything then just got painted white. The exetoeri of the house has a little more work changing orange and brown to grey and white, but worth it. Removing the wood stove was a little bit more work. It was a decorative piece either, the previous homeowners had the stove vented to be a real heating system. A large piece of pipe extended through the ceiling and was affixed to the roof. It was able to open and close to let out fumes. The previous homeowners never used the little heater though. It was totally clean in the stove and inside the pipe. I had a heck of a time moving a cast iron heater out of my house. I then had to patch my ceiling and get roofers to make a repair. I also had to sledgehammer a brick pad out of my living room and redo the flooring. Lastly was selling that heating system. I found out from a local HVAC company that it really isn’t a home heater. It is more of a small hunting shack heater. I thankfully found a guy willing to give me a few hundred for it that wanted a heater in his man cave. It was a messy, time consuming project.



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