About: Heating With Coal. How to Start a Coal Fire
A bit of over kill l think. The way l used to do it was a bottom layer of tightly screwed up newspapers. A middle layer of kindlers(dried out white wood about 6-8 inches and about 1/1half inch thick)and laid out 1/2 inchs apart left to right with another layer on top back to front making a square pattern. Light the newspaper wait for a minute or two layer on the coal and walk away. Job done
Shouldn't the metal on your wall behind the stove also cover your wooden baseboard? I grew up with a wood & coal stove so I'm picky about safety.
You guys make great videos!
That’s what I’m talking about—100% grade A American coal. Homer Hickam needs to have some respect and get back into the coal mine!
I just wanted to thank you for this very helpful video. We heat with rice coal, with a feeder coal stove, but are considering going to a coal stove that doesn't require electricity. I really enjoy watching you two as you make your videos. Loved the greenhouse vid too! May God bless you as you help others with your videos!
I've never seen coal in bags. I've always bought it in bulk. But then, that was back in the 80's. lol! Haven't bought any since then.
2 40 pound bags per session? are you insane? how much does that cost per winter? Per day ?! Hell no. Chunk big piece coal burns hot and very long, not that small stuff...
coal sux azz CO2 wise
Thank you for your video. Right on the money started my stove as you described. Had it up and running in no time. Thank again.
I bought a wonderluxe coal stove thinking it was for wood. I cant return it so can i use it for wood?? What would be the differance?? We have another woodstove just like it which is for wood. I cant see any differance but the way the grate is made. Any comments would be appreciated.
can i just use charcoal from the store in my coal stove? Thanks
Is there any danger of indoor air pollution or toxic gas like carbon monoxide leaking out?
Blashack coal! That is a local name here in PA
Fuck me we don't have to mine anthracite here we grow it on spaghetti trees .how do you light up the fire do you use a source of ignition or custard pie this is so informative and do ihave to keep putting more fuel on and if so why .Do you think that this new technology with catch on
Coal looks great but the weed drying in the background looks better 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣
Thanks for sharing!
You did a great job!
I remember as a kid, Mom, & Dad getting the coal furnace going in the house.
It was great.
I was only young, but clearly remember how warm,
& dry the house was, compared to the houses of my friends!
Keep your smiles on!
great video my grand daddy used to heat with coal.
I think coal is one of the most overlooked heating options for the home. But it sure seems like it works wonderfully.
Where do you buy your coal and how much is it?