Paul Frenette from the “Carver Kings” on “HGTV” and also “Saw Dogs” the father and son team, explains how we got a wood heating system setup for our shipping containers. We use a wood stove with some crafty building to heat 2 40ft shipping containers and a 20 footer shipping containers.
We are going to be so toasty warm this winter at the shop. We added a heat exchange / Transfer unit to the wood stove and are testing it out today to see how it does heating up the shop. Follow along as we continue to make modifications to our shipping container shop and studio in between working on all the awesome commissions and chainsaw carving projects
The next phase for the father son team ‘Carver Kings’ shipping container shop expansion project. Check it out, we cut the passage way between the upper and lower level containers, seal it up with closed cell foam insulation Kit and build a stairway between the levels. Then the Carver Kings modify the wood stove and add a heat transfer unit to extract more heat from the stove exhaust.
The Carver Kings continue their warbler carvings with a massive white oak warbler egg. This hard wood behemoth is over 30 inches wide and the tree was over 150 years old. Next up we got 5 robing feet imprints, their little bird feet end up on the top of each hard wood oak log. To finish off this massive warbler playground sculpture park we have 3 relief carvings showing off the different atmospheres you will find a warbler bird in.
For the second time in 102 years, the International Plowing Match & Rural Expo (IPM) was hosted in Northern Ontario in the town of Verner and the Carver Kings put on an amazing chainsaw carving show at the MCK Temiskaming Shores Kubota and Husqvarna dealer booth.
The 2019 IPM brought in over 100,000 people to the small farming town of Verner, which has a population of about 960 people. The tented city was an amazing sight to see with approximately 500 vendors offering something for everyone.
Here is just a small part of went on over the week at the 2019 International Plow match
Paul and Jacob The Carver Kings, tackle a massive Warbler carving that will be larger than 7′ long and 2′ high. In our video you get a look at the awesome work were doing before getting the project finished. We will release a full video of the project once were all finished up.
In this chainsaw carving you can see us start to take apart the big white oak log, cutting the bottom off and shaping it up closer to be like a warbler. The warbler will be a part of a larger project going down to the USA.
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