CoaLen wrote:I am sooooo jealous of all you guys with these beautiful antique stoves. They not only heat well but they're works of art and add so much to the homes.
Outstanding job and great looking install of a super looking stove! You just wait and see how that baby pumps it out when it gets really cold. It always takes a few days to heat soak the house and then you just maintain. The beauty of coal is that the colder it is the better it performs. By the way, you can stuff that right full up to the top of the pot, but you already knew that.
EasyRay wrote:Beautiful stove and set up. I just have one question.What is the hole for, on the rear horizontal pipe? If it's not going to be used for something I would seal it just to be on the safe side.