Merc300d wrote:I m new to coal as well as any coal stoves. Looking to buy my first base heater
Would anybody suggest not buying a glen wood # ) base heater.
I heard there are some problems with the pans. Just wondering if I buy a
Restored heater , would it be problematic in the future. Any info would be
Make sure your buying from a reputable antique stove dealer and beware the home owner spray painting a stove and calling it reconditioned.
A true antique baseburner requires a lot of time, effort and work to call it "restored". Unless your really into this process buy from stove hospital or barnstable or similar reputable stove shops.... then make sure you post for us here the new crown jewel