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Using and eco fan, and any connections in New Mexico?

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I am buying a home in Taos, NM, and I would like to put in a rocket stove/bench and do away with the wood burning stovepipes that are all over the house with no stoves (they were taken out by the previous owner). I have no skills when it comes to building something such as this; I have friends that probably could help me. Wondering if you know anyone in New Mexico or the Taos area that might be able to help me with this project, or do you ever come this way? Also, I use an EcoFan with the wood burning stove in my current home, would the EcoFan be useful with the rocket stove? Thank you for your time, keep up the great work!
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I doubt an eco fan would be any use at all with a a RMH., but then I think they border on being useless anyway.
Never trust an airline that limits their passengers to one carry on iguana. Put this tiny ad in your shoe:
A rocket mass heater heats your home with one tenth the wood of a conventional wood stove
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