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Heating With Coal. How to Start a Coal Fire

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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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Burns cleaner than wood
Heated with coal + wood growing up ,dont need any practice but thanks for the offer ,allways hot +dry you cant beat it..cant beat it.
Good video. I have to ask why you don't have a heat exchanger installed in the flue pipe? All that heat going up the chimney is a waste! We have one installed in the shop wood furnace with a small blower and it is pushing hot air and hour before the stove air jacket is hot enough to turn the fan on.
I burn a mix of coal and logs together. If I used this amount of coal each night it would cost me a fortune. Bet your home is warm though!
Is it safe to burn coal in these sort of houses?
I couldn't focus after seeing the pot buds drying on the wall
Just get a heat pump,
Its gonna pay for itself, it is tons more efficient and clean than coal
When it is really cold, you can use your coal stove for auxiliary heat
Nothing beats a living, sparking, crackling coal fire.
So in other words it’s a pain in the ass to use coal
Stop using coal !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Great video thankyou
Where did you get the black bucket
I miss the Iron stove, to quick cooking, to the kettle of hot water... for everything,... everything from hot tea, to cleaning to bathing.... to just sitting and watching the fire. Nothing more wonderful than sitting, getting warm and watching the fire in winter.
Blablablablabla for whole 5 minutes...
I live in central pa. Right in the middle of coal country. Bag coal is a lot more expensive than pulling your truck up to the conveyer belt.
OMG! I loved these two so much, and enjoyed a lot for all of the videos. Like a couple of friends. Now, dippity damn, the are using coal to make a fire. Are they just don"t understand, or what. I bet they will change their mind in a big hurry. I sure dont want to quit watching them, but i will, if they use coal. Coal KILLS. THOSE POOR GIRLS, WITH THEIR LUNGS, AND THE NEIGHBORS....AND THE PLANTS, AND THE AIR....... dEAR gOD PLEASE.
my 108-year-old house still has/uses the old octopus style coal-burning furnace in the basement. Ill never get rid of it! I can get coal pretty cheap by the ton.
Looks like I needs me a coal stove.
There is an old shutdown coal mine near my house with chunks of coal everywhere
Really great video. I have only heard about coal stoves and how they burned so hot...
I never saw a coal fire until this video.
Thank you for taking the time to post a really clear, informative and interesting video. If I get to move next year I will differently be looking for a wood and coal stove.

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.