Log cabin

Leo

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Sure same would apply to having a stove in any house, need to have the detectors and ventilation etc.

Exactly, and pretty much all log cabins fail to meet the required standards for ventilation of habitable space.
 

Monbretia

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Some look to swap those out due to the high running costs, they're really only designed to be a supplemental heat source.

I imagine a better source of heat would be needed for permanent living, I'm looking at couple of nights a month so radiator more than sufficient. Think if I wanted one permanently I'd get a gas boiler and radiators.
 

Leo

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I imagine a better source of heat would be needed for permanent living, I'm looking at couple of nights a month so radiator more than sufficient. Think if I wanted one permanently I'd get a gas boiler and radiators.

Make suit's well ventilated when not in use to prevent mould build up.
 
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