March 25, 2020 3 min read
You’ve got your wood-burning stove and can’t wait to make your canvas bell-tent the cosy, hygge paradise you’ve always wanted. You’re ready to install your flashing kit and now you’re wondering — where should the stove go?
There’s no one way to do this and we’ve seen stoves installed pretty much everywhere in our glawnings. We think you should do what makes sense for you, but we’ve thought of some things you might want to consider when finding a permanent home for your stove.
Here are some pros & cons for each stove location:
Next to the central pole…
Near the sides of the tent…
Near the door…
We suggest that before installing the flashing kit, you place the stove in different locations around your tent for a while with all your normal furniture in there and find a spot that feels right & suits you best.
When you’re ready to cut your hole, follow our guide: here.
If you have a stove in your tent you should always ensure that you keep the tent well ventilated (if both doors are closed open a couple of the ventilation flaps on the vertical wall of the glawning) and that you have a carbon monoxide alarm just in case. Always ensure that you have an adequate means of extinguishing the fire in an emergency and always make sure that the fire is complete extinguished before you go to sleep. The stove can get extremely hot so caution should always be taken to protect the tent beneath as well as children and animals who might touch the stove. We also recommend not using the stove in extremely windy weather. Other accessories you may wish to consider are a heat mat, stove multi tool, lid lifter, and fire gloves
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