Hello everyone, I'm brand new to this forum (I'll bet you've all heard that a lot lately so I'll just fall in line with everyone else here) and I'm in the process of finalizing everything before my brand spankin' new Keystoker KA-6 arrives in October. I've done a lot of research and learned more from all of you than I'm sure you can imagine, so thank you so much.
I've gotten to the point now where I'm trying to figure out what to do about a chimney. As of now I do have a chimney that is used by my existing (soon to be retired) oil boiler. Can I use this chimney when burning coal.
I'm sure you need more information, I will do my best to get whatever info is needed to accurately assess the situation, I'm not even sure what you would need to know.
I do know that it is a brick chimney, it is somewhere near 30' - 35' tall.
My primary concern is to figure out whether I can use this chimney with the coal boiler, if so, do I need to do anything special to it?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.