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New to this forum. Interested in Rocket stove, concerns about place smelling like smoke.

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I'm looking for advice on putting in a rocket stove for an existing house. I have a concern that the house will smell like smoke. Was also hoping someone could give advice on how I should proceed on this project (buying design? Where to get professional help or websites that have quality instruction).

Thank you very much for your time,

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Erica and Ernie can help with professional instruction. This website has most of the information on RMHs. www.rocketstoves.com is useful as is www.donkey32/proboards.com (I think).
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Ya the websites Roy posted are good, and Ernie and Erica also sell RMH plans as well.

However, are you interested in a rocket stove or a rocket mass heater? From my understanding RMHs maybe have a bit of smokeback but a rocket stove shouldn't have any more smokeback then a regular wood stove.

The book Rocket Mass Heaters by Ianto Evans is also very good and also includes how to build rocket stoves and pocket rockets.
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