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xx   STOVE

Special edition on wood heat. Includes helpful hints on buying a wood stove, tips on burning wood safely, determining how much heat a wood stove will put out, how big a stove you will need, safety standards for wood stoves, and keeping your firewood dry.
ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF ENERGY #35 Dec 1978 pg. 3,9,13,19,24

Build your own thermostatic control to open and close the air inlet damper on a wood stove. The unit incorporates a thermostat, a battery powered motor, a switch, and a drive mechanism made from ErectorSet parts.

How to heat safely with wood.
AMERICANA Sep-Oct 1980 (v.8#4) pg. 73

A look at zero-clearance fireplaces, freestanding fireplaces and airtight wood stoves as alternative sources of heat for your home.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Oct 1978 (v.56#10) pg. 76

A computer controlled wood stove. Controlling a water-heating wood stove called the "Hydrostove", in conjunction with an oil burner to reduce the cost of heating an entire house.
BYTE Feb 1980 (v.5#2) pg. 32

Woodstoves. Careful planning and proper installation are the keys to success in heating with wood.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Nov 1980 (v.4#2) pg. 34

Understand your wood stove. Tips on selection, chimneys and installation. Includes formulas for computing the size stove you need to supplement an oil furnace.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Jan 1982 (v.5#4) pg. 40

Heating with wood efficiently. A review of the pros and cons of wood heating options.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Oct 1985 (v.9#1) pg. 14

Out of the stone age. An update on what's happening with wood heating. Tips on buying a woodstove. Guide to firewood. Chimney safety. Gas fireplaces.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Sep 1988 (v.11#12) pg. 29

Tips on overcoming a chimney "downdrafting" problem with a woodstove.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Nov 1996 (v.20#2) pg. 22

How to install floor and wall heat shields for a woodstove.
CANADIAN WORKSHOP Feb 1997 (v.20#5) pg. 27

Basic rules for safe heating with wood.
COUNTRYSIDE Dec 1978 (v.62#12) pg. 32

Finding and repairing a junkyard stove. Part 2. How to repair the exterior sheet metal panels, the warming cabinet, and replace stove pipe and hand damper. Also covers replacing the heat indicator, painting, replating ornamental parts, and firing up the stove for the first time.
COUNTRYSIDE Nov 1979 (v.63#11) pg. 54

Building a barrel wood-burning stove using steel barrels or ungalvanized water tanks.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Mar 1985 (v.69#3) pg. 25

Evaluating the Vogelzang barrel stove kit. Includes a modification to partially solve identified problems.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Mar-Apr 1992 (v.76#2) pg. 30

Tip on installing a PVC pipe air duct to deliver outside air to a woodstove.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL May-Jun 1995 (v.79#3) pg. 28

Maximizer barrel stove is built from a 55-gallon drum and purchased heat-exchanger tubes.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1996 (v.80#6) pg. 58

Heating with wood. Several articles on safely using a woodburning stove.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Nov-Dec 2000 (v.84#6) pg. 36
Added Info COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Mar-Apr 2001 (v.85#2) pg. 8

How to install a wood burning helper unit that piggybacks onto an existing forced air heating system. Article looks at features to be considered when shopping for a unit.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #184 Oct 1977 (v.27#7) pg. 38

How to fit your wood stove with a heat reclaiming unit.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #187 Feb 1978 (v.28#2) pg. 46

A look at wood-burning and multi-fuel furnaces. Tips on furnace shopping, picking the right size unit, special features to check, and installing the unit.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #188 Mar 1978 (v.28#3) pg. 32

How to select a woodburning stove. A look at quality, design, size, and material.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #193 Oct 1978 (v.28#8) pg. 23

Ten ways to avoid woodstove fires.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #211 Sep 1980 (v.30#7) pg. 60

A fender for your woodstove. Surround your stove with a guard rail made from plumbing fittings to keep children from burning themselves. Est. cost: $55.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #222 Oct 1981 (v.31#8) pg. 72

Special section on heating with wood. Looks at selecting and cutting trees, splitting, stacking & drying firewood. Includes tips on selecting and installing wood stove.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #222 Oct 1981 (v.31#8) pg. 83

New creosote theories. Preliminary results of tests designed to investigate the creation of creosote in wood stoves and fireplaces.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #223 Nov 1981 (v.31#9) pg. 78

Breakthroughs in woodheat technology. Update on what is available in woodburners, solid fuel furnaces, hot water heaters, chimneys and safety devices.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #232 Oct 1982 (v.32#8) pg. 91

How to protect your walls and floors from a wood-burning stove. A look at minimum clearances and wall/floor coverings that will provide fire protection.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #287 Mar 1988 (v.38#3) pg. 8

Safe chimney installation. Guidelines for installing a wood-burning stove and metal chimney.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #372 Oct 1996 (v.46#9) pg. 8

Tip on using hat channel and two layers of drywall to form a non-combustible surround for a woodstove.
FINE HOMEBUILDING #13 Feb-Mar 1983 pg. 10
Added Info FINE HOMEBUILDING #15 Jun-Jul 1983 pg. 8

A stone cookstove and heater. This dual-purpose unit includes masonry, steel, and a long smoke path.
FINE HOMEBUILDING #21 Jun-Jul 1984 pg. 64

An under-the-floor masonry stove is an adaptation of the ancient Roman hypocaust and the Chinese k'ang subfloor heating systems.
FINE HOMEBUILDING #36 Dec 1986-Jan 1987 pg. 30
Added Info FINE HOMEBUILDING #39 Apr-May 1987 pg. 4
Added Info FINE HOMEBUILDING #40 Jun-Jul 1987 pg. 4

Masonry heater hybrid. Cross a traditional fireplace with a masonry stove. Basic design and construction is illustrated.
FINE HOMEBUILDING #42 Oct-Nov 1987 pg. 68
Added Info FINE HOMEBUILDING #46 Apr-May 1988 pg. 4

A cast concrete fire wall for use behind a woodstove is decorated by embedding colorful rocks in the face.
FINE HOMEBUILDING #85 Dec 1993-Jan 1994 pg. 82

Homebuilt sawdust-burning shop heater is made from a 55-gal. steel drum.
FINE WOODWORKING #59 Jul-Aug 1986 pg. 8

How to select the right wood stove to meet your needs.
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Aug 1979 (v.189#2) pg. 156

An update on new makes of wood stoves and tips on fire safety.
HANDY ANDY Oct 1978 (v.3#1) pg. 31

A look at installing a basement wood stove.
HANDY ANDY Oct 1978 (v.3#1) pg. 35

How to rebuild an old or inexpensive wood stove.
HARROWSMITH #26 Mar 1980 (v.4#6) pg. 74

A look at what's available in wood stoves, how to figure what you need, and what to look for in features.
HARROWSMITH #30 Sep 1980 (v.5#2) pg. 48

A look at the dangers of wood stoves and guidelines on their proper installation.
HARROWSMITH #31 Oct 1980 (v.5#3) pg. 77

Tips on maintaining a "clean burning" wood stove to reduce chimney emissions.
HARROWSMITH #45 Oct-Nov 1982 (v.7#3) pg. 83

Cast-iron phoenix. How to retrofit an antique wood-fired cookstove and convert it into an airtight wood stove.
HARROWSMITH #51 Oct-Nov 1983 (v.8#3) pg. 54

Mass appeal. An introduction to the design and use of a Finnish contraflow heater and a Kachelofen design heater.
HARROWSMITH #53 Feb-Mar 1984 (v.8#5) pg. 68
Added Info HARROWSMITH #56 Aug-Sep 1984 (v.9#2) pg. 18

Tips on locating the cause of wood stove smoking.
HARROWSMITH #57 Oct-Nov 1984 (v.9#3) pg. 95

Tips on the best way to start a fire in a woodstove.
HARROWSMITH #83 Jan-Feb 1989 (v.13#5) pg. 114
Added Info HARROWSMITH #84 Mar-Apr 1989 (v.13#6) pg. 10

Restoring cast-iron stoves. The description of the work by a Canadian restorer and his suggestions on how to determine whether an old stove is worth buying.
HARROWSMITH #84 Mar-Apr 1989 (v.13#6) pg. 46

Canadian expert "Mr. Wood Heat" shares tips on heating with wood, starting a fire from the top down, selection and use of firewood, etc.
HARROWSMITH COUNTRY LIFE #132 Feb 1997 (v.21) pg. 54

How to install a woodstove and build a faux-stone chimney. Includes a guide to great-looking woodburners.
HOME MECHANIX #750 Nov 1990 (v.86) pg. 46

Cleaning and reconditioning a wood stove.
HOME MECHANIX #760 Nov 1991 (v.87) pg. 16

Tip: How to channel excess heat from a woodburning stove into an adjacent room using a T-section of stovepipe with a damper.
HOMEOWNER Jun 1985 (v.10#5) pg. 20

Tip: Wood stove is made from two oil drums, a 55-gallon and a 15-gallon. The small drum serves as an oven to cook food.
HOMEOWNER Jan-Feb 1986 (v.11#1) pg. 26

SPECIAL SECTION: HOME ENERGY. Raising comfort and lowering costs. (1) Chart of 20 ways to a more energy-efficient home. (2) Wood heating. (3) Insulation. (4) Houses designed for energy efficiency.
HOMEOWNER Oct 1987 (v.12#8) pg. 31

Tips on installing a brick facing behind a wood-burning stove.
HOMEOWNER Jul-Aug 1989 (v.14#6) pg. 17

Six pages of photos show what's available in coal and woodburning stoves, furnaces and fireplaces. Includes manufacturer's addresses. Incluces tips on design considerations and wood requirements.
HOMEOWNERS HOW TO #7 Fall 1977 (v.2#3) pg. 83

Tip shows how to make a scoop for removing ashes.
HOMEOWNERS HOW TO Nov-Dec 1978 (v.3#6) pg. 8

Tips on selecting and installing a wood stove.
HOMEOWNERS HOW TO Nov-Dec 1978 (v.3#6) pg. 43

Tips: (1) How to make a fireproof tray to catch falling ashes from a wood stove. (2) A pair of "bookend" holders for firewood.
HOMEOWNERS HOW TO Nov-Dec 1979 (v.4#6) pg. 14

Wood stove catalog. A guide to air-starvation type stoves. Includes safety rules for using wood heat.
HOMEOWNERS HOW TO Nov-Dec 1979 (v.4#6) pg. 71

A guide to today's models of wood stoves.
HOMEOWNERS HOW TO Nov-Dec 1980 (v.5#6) pg. 59

How to heat safely with wood.
HOMEOWNERS HOW TO Nov-Dec 1980 (v.5#6) pg. 63

How to calculate the amount of heat which must be produced by a new wood- or coal-burning unit which you plan to add to your house.
HOMEOWNERS HOW TO Jan-Feb 1981 (v.6#1) pg. 76

How to install a wood-burning heating stove. Installation of a Metalbestos Stainless Steel Chimney system also described.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #594 Nov 1977 (v.73) pg. 86

A look at the Ultimate Wood Furnace designed by engineering students at the University of Maine. It is capable of heating an entire house and all hot water as well. Complete technical information can be obtained from the University. Est. cost: $1,800.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #609 Feb 1979 (v.75) pg. 50

Report on 124 wood-burning stoves and fireplaces.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #629 Oct 1980 (v.76) pg. 54

Eleven steps to a safe stove installation.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #629 Oct 1980 (v.76) pg. 64

How to add a wood burning stove to an existing fireplace. One installation described.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #629 Oct 1980 (v.76) pg. 68

Two woodburning stoves to build yourself. (1) Pit stove consists of a firepit dug in the ground, covered with a sheet of steel and a stovepipe. Use to heat tents or greenhouses. (2) Stove made from a 5-gallon or larger tar or oil drum.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #630 Nov 1980 (v.76) pg. 24

Tips on installing a woodstove on the hearth in front of an existing fireplace.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #645 Feb 1982 (v.78) pg. 64

Preseason cleaning for woodburning stoves.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #652 Sep 1982 (v.78) pg. 12

Warm air from a wood stove. How to install ductwork to move heated air from one room to another.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #652 Sep 1982 (v.78) pg. 108

Make a wood stove or forge from a 55-gallon steel barrel (drum).
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #8 Mar 1971 pg. 73

A wood-burning furnace is built from steel sheets and cast-iron pipe. Used to preheat the cold-air-return air before it enters a conventional furnace.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #36 Nov 1975 pg. 116

Wood stoves. How to use them safely. Part 2. Covers stovepipes and stove accessories. Includes instructions on installing a damper and making your own stovepipe adapter. Also looks at firewoods which will give you the most heat with the fewest problems (smoke, sparks, etc.).
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #49 Jan-Feb 1978 pg. 70

A homebuilt wood-burning stove made from a discarded electric water heater tank. Plans must be ordered. Est. cost: $35.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #49 Jan-Feb 1978 pg. 152

Accessories you can make for a woodburning stove. Scoop, draft tube cleaner, poker, and stand.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #50 Mar-Apr 1978 pg. 66
Added Info MOTHER EARTH NEWS #52 Jul-Aug 1978 pg. 10

Build a wood-burning furnace. Description of a furnace built by Allan M. Brown of Lincoln Center, Maine.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #55 Jan-Feb 1979 pg. 56

How to restore an old wood-burning stove.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #59 Sep-Oct 1979 pg. 25

Wood stove safety. Covers picking a stove, installation, chimney connection, and maintenance.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #61 Jan-Feb 1980 pg. 72

A woodburning hot-oil furnace you can build.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #65 Sep-Oct 1980 pg. 126

Tip: Place a 30-gallon barrel of water on top of a wood stove and the room will stay warmer at night.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #67 Jan-Feb 1981 pg. 52

Wood-burning stove made from automobile tire rims welded together.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #67 Jan-Feb 1981 pg. 138

Two low-cost approaches to safe heater installation: install woodstove thermal barriers to protect nearby walls and floors.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #67 Jan-Feb 1981 pg. 172

Compact wood-fired cookstove and heater is built from three nongalvanized scrap water heaters. Features a built-in baking oven and griddle. Est. cost: $50.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #72 Nov-Dec 1981 pg. 166

Make an earthen stove from mud. Suitable for outdoor use.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #75 May-Jun 1982 pg. 118

A catalytic converter you can build for your woodburning stove.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #79 Jan-Feb 1983 pg. 162

How bad is pollution from wood stoves and what should be done about it.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #89 Sep-Oct 1984 pg. 114

Tips on buying retrofit catalytic converters for your wood stove.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #90 Nov-Dec 1984 pg. 102

Install your own woodstove. Installing or retrofitting a chimney, moving a heavy stove, clearances, sheet metal work, etc.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #113 Sep-Oct 1988 pg. 75

Tip on cleaning the glass in the door of a woodstove.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #121 Jan-Feb 1990 pg. 14

Wood stove shopping checklist.
NEW SHELTER Oct 1980 (v.1#7) pg. 76

How to install a wood stove correctly and safely.
NEW SHELTER Oct 1980 (v.1#7) pg. 78

Build a metal heat shield for the walls and floors around a wood stove. Uses sheets of 20-gauge steel.
NEW SHELTER Oct 1980 (v.1#7) pg. 87

Make your woodstove more efficient by giving it a thorough cleaning.
NEW SHELTER Oct 1982 (v.3#8) pg. 40

The safe stove. Two tested ways to shield your walls from fire caused by free-standing wood stoves.
NEW SHELTER Nov-Dec 1983 (v.4#9) pg. 78

Is wood heat for you? A worksheet helps determine if you should install a wood-burning device. Includes a computerized worksheet program, written in BASIC, for those with a computer.
NEW SHELTER Oct 1984 (v.5#8) pg. 78, 28

A buyers' guide to clean-burning woodstoves.
NEW SHELTER Oct 1984 (v.5#8) pg. 86

A guide to safe woodstove installation.
NEW SHELTER Feb 1985 (v.6#2) pg. 44

A comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of coal and wood as fuel.
NEW SHELTER Sep 1985 (v.6#7) pg. 28

Ten uses for wood ashes.
ORGANIC GARDENING Nov 1977 (v.24#11) pg. 130

A look at a dual (wood-plus-LP gas) home heating system manufactured by the Longwood Furnace Corp.
ORGANIC GARDENING Sep 1978 (v.25#9) pg. 114

How to select the right wood stove for your needs.
ORGANIC GARDENING Oct 1978 (v.25#10) pg. 58

How to distribute the heat from wood stoves to obtain maximum comfort.
ORGANIC GARDENING Oct 1978 (v.25#10) pg. 64

How to eliminate creosote deposits by using correct burning procedures.
ORGANIC GARDENING Nov 1978 (v.25#11) pg. 94

Chimney and wood stove cleaning instructions.
ORGANIC GARDENING Sep 1979 (v.26#9) pg. 114

Wood heat safety guidelines. A checklist so you can evaluate the safety of your system.
ORGANIC GARDENING Oct 1979 (v.26#10) pg. 62

A snug-fitting ash container for gathering your ashes from a wood stove. Box is cut from sheet metal.
ORGANIC GARDENING Dec 1979 (v.26#12) pg. 77

A guide to choosing the wood stove that's right for you.
ORGANIC GARDENING Sep 1980 (v.27#9) pg. 82

How to use a stack thermometer to monitor a wood fire for safety and efficiency.
ORGANIC GARDENING Oct 1980 (v.27#10) pg. 73

Getting wood to burn clean. Some ways to make a wood stove pollute less.
ORGANIC GARDENING Nov 1980 (v.27#11) pg. 112

Get the most from your wood stove. Controlling air intake is the key to efficiency.
ORGANIC GARDENING Oct 1981 (v.28#10) pg. 62

Tip: How to keep a wood stove from emitting a cloud of smoke when the door is opened to add wood.
ORGANIC GARDENING Feb 1988 (v.35#2) pg. 107

Get more heat by burning wood. Tips on selecting, installing and using wood burning stoves.
POPULAR MECHANICS Sep 1977 (v.148#3) pg. 138

How to install woodstoves, stovepipe, and chimneys so as to prevent an accidental fire.
POPULAR MECHANICS Oct 1980 (v.154#4) pg. 74

Space heaters. How to choose from among 31 types.
POPULAR MECHANICS Oct 1980 (v.154#4) pg. 102

How to get more heat from a space heater. Tips on efficient operation of wood, kerosene, coal, electric, oil, and gas space heaters.
POPULAR MECHANICS Nov 1980 (v.154#5) pg. 104

How to install a tile wall behind your wood stove for beauty and safety.
POPULAR MECHANICS Apr 1982 (v.157#4) pg. 152

Improve your woodstove with a catalytic combustor. Tips on selection and installation.
POPULAR MECHANICS Sep 1984 (v.161#9) pg. 16D

Simple sheet-metal hood channels wood stove ashes into an ash bucket with a minimum of mess.
POPULAR MECHANICS Feb 1985 (v.162#2) pg. 161

Diagram shows suggested wood stove clearances from surrounding walls along with shape of protective facing needed for floor and wall.
POPULAR MECHANICS Nov 1986 (v.163#11) pg. 43

Antique kitchen stoves. Tips on what is involved in restoring an old wood, coal, or gas-fired stove.
POPULAR MECHANICS Feb 1990 (v.167#2) pg. 38

Generalized clearance and wall protection needed for free-standing wood stoves.
POPULAR MECHANICS Dec 1994 (v.171#12) pg. 106

Wood as fuel. The science of woodburning and the efficient use of wood stoves.
POPULAR SCIENCE Oct 1976 (v.209#4) pg. 104

Tips from one man who heats a 1600 sq.ft. house with one small woodburning stove.
POPULAR SCIENCE Oct 1976 (v.209#4) pg. 156

How to turn a 15 to 30-gallon drum into a wood burning stove. Two styles shown. One version burns sawdust and woodshavings instead of whole wood.
POPULAR SCIENCE Nov 1976 (v.209#5) pg. 158

The secrets of a good wood stove. Detailed descriptions of the features to look for. Ten different woodburning stoves are compared.
POPULAR SCIENCE Nov 1977 (v.211#5) pg. 113

Build your own wood stove from 1/4" thick steel plate. Two designs are shown. A small unit for a cabin and a larger unit able to heat 2,000 sq.ft. Est. cost: $75 to $100.
POPULAR SCIENCE Jan 1978 (v.212#1) pg. 110

Woodburner efficiency. How to measure woodstove and fireplace efficiency using only three thermometers and the formulas given here.
POPULAR SCIENCE Jan 1979 (v.214#1) pg. 102

How to control creosote for safer wood burning.
POPULAR SCIENCE Oct 1979 (v.215#4) pg. 107

Solid-fuel alternatives. Besides wood, what else can you burn in your wood stove.
POPULAR SCIENCE Jan 1980 (v.216#1) pg. 120

Two-story prebuilt house uses a wide-open floor plan and open stairwell to heat the entire house with a single, centrally-placed wood stove. Conventional system of ducts moves the heated air to all rooms.
POPULAR SCIENCE Jul 1980 (v.217#1) pg. 92

Wood-stove ducting. How a few, low-cost modifications to existing warm-air ducts can integrate a wood stove into the heating system.
POPULAR SCIENCE Oct 1980 (v.217#4) pg. 123

Thermosiphoning platform for a wood-stove will turn an airtight stove into a heat circulator. Hollow-core masonry blocks capture radiated heat and force it out into the room at floor level.
POPULAR SCIENCE Feb 1982 (v.220#2) pg. 105

Use a short length of gutter to catch ashes which fall out of your woodstove whenever the door is opened.
POPULAR SCIENCE Jan 1984 (v.224#1) pg. 156

Tips on adapting an oil- or gas-fired forced-air furnace system to circulate heat from a wood stove.
POPULAR SCIENCE Oct 1984 (v.225#4) pg. 20

Tiled wood-stove guard. Tips on installing "Durock", a heat-resistant cement-based board to protect your walls and floors from a wood stove. Conceal the "Durock" by applying decorative ceramic tiles.
POPULAR SCIENCE Feb 1986 (v.228#2) pg. 83

Today's efficient fireplaces and wood stoves described and a look at how they can be incorporated in existing homes. Sketch shows how a metal flue can be covered with plywood in the shape of a traditional chimney.
PRACTICAL HOMEOWNER Sep 1989 (v.4#6) pg. 79

Why and how wood for heating is making a comeback. A look at an assortment of the wood-burning heaters that are available and tips on the three main choices available in flue systems.
SUNSET Jan 1977 (v.158#1) pg. 40

Tip: Freestanding wood stove turns on a stainless-steel lazy Susan so that the decorative fire can face in more than one direction.
SUNSET Nov 1983 (v.171#5) pg. 184

How to decide on a wood-burning stove.
SUNSET Nov 1984 (v.173#5) pg. 120

How to build and install a sheet metal heater to burn sawdust.
WOODWORKER Feb 1987 (v.91#2) pg. 143
Added Info WOODWORKER Apr 1987 (v.91#4) pg. 266

Quality means efficiency in a wood burning stove. Tips on selecting, installing and using a wood burning stove.
WORKBENCH Sep-Oct 1981 (v.37#5) pg. 16

Is buying a wood stove your heating solution? Some tips.
WORKBENCH Sep-Oct 1981 (v.37#5) pg. 104

Homemade brick hearth for a wood stove. A raised platform is built in the corner of a room. The platform and halfway up the walls are covered with bricks. The wood stove is placed on the platform.
WORKBENCH Nov-Dec 1987 (v.43#6) pg. 56

How to install a pellet stove that burns wood pellets and has few emissions. A summary of factors to consider.
WORKBENCH Dec 1995-Jan 1996 (v.51#6) pg. 46