coalnewbie wrote:Wilson and William are two gods in this arena and they both agree baseburners are two steps above. I really am about to test that theory as I will use three BB stoves to attempt to heat a very large drafty house. So we will see that we see. It's what happens when the rubber hits the road that counts.
I will try to get the very best coal I can get and if this winter is a repeat, let them rip. I think 225,000 to 300,000 btu at peak is needed and so I will test this idea and report. Gonna be interesting!
That Glenwood 8 is a monster. It's got to be at least 100,000 btu stove on its own. You are going to have fun, I know I will....I love to shovel coal!