Michael James wrote:How much of a dent could I expect to put into a $2000 heat bill for a 4,000 sq/ft house with an 8' rmh? In other word's how close could I come to heating this space with just an 8' rmh if i kept it fueled? would a larger size be optimal? I'm leaning towards buying the 8' plans I am just hesitant because I'm not sure if it is adequate and if I should to be looking for different plans.
note: I could just scale it up but I hate messing with sizes since optimization is very touchy with things of this nature.
paul wheaton wrote:I know that just the fire sciences thing that happens on friday night would fill a full DVD.
Then all the rest of it would fill a dozen more DVDs.
Mass produced DVDs sell for $20 a pop. And limited production DVDs sell for $30 a pop. How many of you are willing to shell out $400 for the full DVD set of this workshop, when you can attend the real thing for much less and be able to actually ask questions?
Matt Martin wrote:I am new the this website but find a lot of these threads very interesting. I am about to embark on the trial and error method of converting a grain silo into a house. I saw this thread and got very interested when I saw the drawings of window cutouts. Will the 2" angle iron be able to support and keep the silo structurally sound? Would you do a similar cutout for the doors?
Ernie Wisner wrote:Ahh i see; Dan where are you getting the glass? If its good rates i would like to get some myself. that vid is great by the way, will you do a full cycle (big wood ) for us? if you have enough glass that is
Dale Look wrote:How about a hot tub?
Alex Larsen wrote:
dan murf wrote:kewl
What is the logs for that you are rolling off the trailer?
Bin a will have logs around the out side wall, bolted to the side of the building for support