jedc43 wrote:Hello people,
I have been burning wood for the Last 8 years and I have just sold my wood stove.I am in the market for a coal stove but I am so confused on which to buy.My intent is to be able to burn some wood in the stove because I have some left over and from time to time I will always have some wood laying around.I decided to go exclusively coal because the only way it made financial sense to burn wood was to buy it log lenghthj and cut and split it myself.Well frankly I am just tired of all the work and mess.I live in Mass and it looks like my choices are The HarmonTLC 2000....Hitzer....and SAEY.....Can anyone recomend or not recomen any of these units.Can I burn wood in these models.I know that the harman says it will burn wood ,but as a fireplace with the front door open.Can you shut the door and and flu and burn wood that way?
stokerscot wrote:Sell your wood and use the proceeds to buy coal! Scott
nuthead wrote:I ALWAYS HAVE ABOUT 1 CORD OF HARDWOOD SPLIT VERY SMALL TO START THE COAL FIRE.
nuthead wrote:cap lock off, yes it burns all nite, but if i leave for wk at 6am and back at 6pm it might be out and then i throw a log on it and start over, no one hm to shake it during the day. but use wood usally fm oct til dec 1 than mid april til when it gets warm 2.25 tons