Getting rid of the wood stove was tough
Even once the oil furnace was gone, I had work.
My home came with a woodstove in the middle of the dining room. The TV had to be put in a corner since the wood stove was centrally located and stuck out. It made everything believe cramped and smaller. I hated the wood stove because it was ugly and not particularly functional. After a peek inside I realized the previous owner didn’t even use it. The guy vented it through the ceiling and even added a stack to the roof. It could be used, he just never did. It sat on a stone pad that the dining room rug was split around. I hated it so terrible and never used that heating system. One afternoon I decided enough is enough. I knew it would be luxurious but I wanted the oil furnace gone. The home had a central heating program so it was pointless. It took up space and I could particularly get money for it. I had to get roofers to disattach the addition on the roof. I needed to patch our wood ceiling where the vent went. I then had to enlist help to transfer the cast iron oil furnace and then sell it online. Some guy got the oil furnace for his hunting shack. It apparently is too small to be a home heater. My local Heating, Ventilation and A/C company scoffed at it. Even once the oil furnace was gone, I had work. I needed to disattach the stone pad and our dining room rug. I then obtained a current rug to cover the whole floor completely. After all that was done, I finally had the dining room that I wanted.