Originally Posted by phil c
I have been wondering the same thing. I dont know how well the stickburner will do in the winter, and wether I should just do the cook chamber or if I should try to insulate the firebox as well?
I'm one of the crazy folk that stickburns year-round. It will use more fuel but it will perform well. Insulating will do the trick, but firebricks in both chambers will help too and probably be a lot cheaper and easier. That's what I do, so I can't say how much better insulating would be.