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I am getting a new stove. Any suggestions for a healthy, efficient, inexpensive replacement?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 14, 2012 01:01 AM
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Home built in 1945, not well. No insulation, foundation is bad, but eventually I will rebuild and use what materials/appliances I have upgraded. It has a propane stove, electric lights and a diesel fueled heat furnace. (Yikes!!) I would like options for the stove, but electric is fine. Maybe dual source, but I know that those options are expensive, and cash is short.




 

 

Home built in 1945, not well. No insulation, foundation is bad, but eventually I will rebuild and use what materials/appliances I have upgraded. It has a propane stove, electric lights and a diesel fueled heat furnace. (Yikes!!) I would like options for the stove, but electric is fine. Maybe dual source, but I know that those options are expensive, and cash is short.

Dear Carol,

From my perspective, your question fits into the realm of design more than sustainable materials or design principals. That being said, I will attempt to answer your question from both perspectives.

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