envisage wrote:Glad to hear that your bit is burning well Dangit! It has been below freezing here in PA for the past week or so, but my Warm Morning has been doing its job helping to keep the house warm and toasty. Have you been able to get your damper installed into the stovepipe? I burn so much less coal because of that.
No damper installed yet, but I will!!! In the meantime during the coldest wether I re-constructed my plenum to cover the pipes and stove. The basement temps are down about 20 degrees since most of it goes into the ductwork.
Temps have been frigid overnight. We will stay above freezing tonight and the next week or so, hopefully. But, now my coal pile has dwindled to a 3 or 4 day supply. My dealer has been out of coal and does not know when he can get another load. The waiting list is pretty long so who knows if I'll get another load soon? The Warm Morning is fed about 30 # a day now but it's keeping the floors warm. A little. The fabulously expensive LPG furnace has been running with the thermostat set to 64 day/58 nite. Brrrrrrrrrr!!!!