Thursday, March 17, 2016

Remodel 2016 Part 5

With menacing clouds blasting by I was in a bit of a rush to cut the final hole in the aluminum and get things sealed back up again with the silicone roof boot. This is the mobile height of the roof stack that will be capped off while we roll down the road.
After attaching the stack and rain hat, we were more than ready to finally make some heat with our little stove.
We couldn't be happier with the performance of this tiny wood burner. Easy to control, predictable, air tight and beautiful. Useable heat in a small space without over heating us right out of the coach.
While playing with the stove I had plenty of time to finish the Sun Frost refer installation by building a louvered top filler panel to help ventilate the passive top mounted cooling system.
Also making progress on the entry way stairs and surrounding panels with painstaking cedar T&G.

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