Matthaus wrote:Your pictures need a few more perspectives, what is to the left? If you could take some more pictures and make a diagram of the plan view with dimensions that would be helpful. The bottom line is that any inspector or insurance company rep that is required to approve your installation should be involved from day one.
I will try to get a few more pictures tonight, the room is pretty tiny, but there should be enough room, if worse comes to worse that hole control board could be moved. I called my insurance company and they said they didn't need to come out and see it, coal will have no effect on my insurance, but would wood.
I plan on having the boiler professionally installed, but I don't want to buy it if I will end up having major problems with installing it.
Another option would be to move my oil furnace, and put the coal boiler in its place, but then I don't know the distant to combustibles for my current oil furnace.