[quote="joeq"]Our days here are now almost 60*, and my stove won't go out! Its burn times are longer than ever, and is only snacking on less than 25 pounds a day of Kimmel. My maintenance routine has become "normal", but has lessened up, due to laziness, yet this little Surdiac continues to live. I'm down to my last bag of pea, and the nites are still dropping into the 30s, so should I go and buy "more" coal, or let it die?
What would "you" do?[/quote]
Sounds like you got one of those warm weather stoves I've heard about
[quote="joeq"]............................ My oil company sure won't be happy. They keep calling every few weeks.[/quote]
Hey joeq change your phone answering message to go like this: "...thank you for calling Connecticut's biggest coal stove shop serving all of Northern Connecticut, and let me show you how YOU can save up to 60% or more from your heating bill and free yourself from the bondage of .....you get the picture
I live in a small town, the oil guy doesn't even wave to me anymore