Well, if you knew what you were doing when you removed it... you probably didn't damage it. Just make sure it works properly when you put it back. You might very well be able to use your RMH parts again at your new place, if you disassemble it carefully.
when trying to sell the house, probably in the sorta near future. I figured if there were to be an issue with it, we would simply remove it and put the freestanding gas heater back on that hearth. Probably a lot more complicated than it sounds, though, right?
Jeff Marchand wrote:
Yes cutting firewood is work but quite frankly most of us in the 21st century could do with a little more physical effort in our lives. My wood stove is a high efficiency unit that burns clean.
paul wheaton wrote:Another angle on this ...
I hear a rumor that nobody in the united states every smoked any pot at all until it was 100% legal on every level. So all we have to do is wait and it will be 100% legal. A little patience is a good thing - after all, it's not like we're all going to die while we wait, right?
Well, first of all, you're not trying to insure a "rocket mass heater" but just a ''mass heater" And go batch, instead of J tube. Far easier to insure something with a door i think.
An Bu wrote:Since the last posts, has anyone heard of any successful permitting/ insuring projects for RMH around the northeast? I am trying to get one permitted and eventually insured for a new built house in NY state. Thanks!