Masonry Heaters in Superinsulated House
I am considering a masonry heater for a small superinsulated house that I am planning to build. On the Masonry Heater Association website I see that they offer plans for seven different heaters. http://mha-net.org/html/bookstore.htm I’m wondering if any forum members have had experience either building or using them, in particular their 24”x36” Finnish Contraflow? How large of a building can this model heat, in a cold New England climate? Are the plans complete enough for an owner-builder to make a serviceable stove? What would the materials cost to make one?
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