SWPaDon wrote:You can expect heat, ash , smoke and soot from the coal.
Well the Warm Morning has done a good job with this coal. All the advice has been spot on, what I found to work the best after adding the coal let it go from 8-12 hrs break it up then add coal and repeat. While I am happy with this coal and the heat it put out, the neighbors not so much
While it only smoked noticeably for about 15-20 and died down to just a wisp, it was more the smell where I got a couple of complaints. Not that I care That Much what my neighbors think I still don't want to create friction. I was even trying to do my adding of coal at night so no one would see the smoke, but still had the unique odor.
So anyone interested in about at least 6 Tons of Bituminous Coal ? I'd consider just one ton of Anthracite, pea or nut to help offset my fuel cost picking up all this coal
um, you would need to pick it up