StokerDon wrote:There is one nice thing about bagged coal, you don't have to shovel it!
I'm cheap, I don't mind shoveling for the price difference.
Paulie wrote:I have never seen dry bagged coal. But then I have never seen dust when loading the stove either.
Paulie wrote:The coal is the same, bagged is easier to take delivery and store, pallets are neater and can move, where as the bulk pile...will move SLOWLY. Bags get wet when the water trickles through the pallet. I have never seen dry bagged coal. But then I have never seen dust when loading the stove either. If you have the space, bulk is the way to go price wise.
Rob R. wrote:How do you get the coal out of the IBC?
titleist1 wrote:Nice!! Is there a lot of effort getting the coal to the auger when the level gets low or does it flow that direction?