Originally Posted by MikeyBskunk
did you run into and specific problems wile working with paint, wood, and insolutaion in the snow and cold???
my construction started in late dec. do i did quite a bit in the cold. not too many problems other than my water and beer freezing while i was out working on it
quickly switched to liquor it gets you quicker and keeps you warm
if you look back at my post on page 3 there is a picture of the only problem i had with the wood during the cold and that was getting it to the bus. bus is set pretty far back in the woods and my f350 diesel had shitty highway tires on it and way to heavy to mess with a nasty snowy path so i had to drive the toy out to the road to pick up materials and tools. no problems with insulation or priming the floor. it might have just worked out that it was not quite as cold of a day when i did the priming cant remember. after i laid the plywood though i snagged a space heater from my brother and heated up the bus before putting polyurethane and just kept it warm for a while to let it set up.
Originally Posted by Smitty
problems of single wall flue piping against cold outdoor temps?
NO i am not aware. please don't tell me it is anything too serious
i thought i was in good shape finally got my stove done and here you come with something wrong. just kidding whatever it is its all good. i lived in shed that had the same stove pipe the only problem i had with it was the 90 degree angle coming from smoke exit rusted out i guess water was getting down it some how. somebody else had set the piping up so not sure maybe it was old to begin with. what do ya got to tell me though? teach me something