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Coal is clean burning, producing no visible smoke or creosote. Coal stoves can burn longer per fuel load than wood stoves and provides an even and controllable heat. Some stoves are "dual-fuel" and capable of burning both wood and coal.


There are basically two types of coal stoves available:

Automatic Fed
Stoker coal stoves have an automatic system much like pellet stoves. Every few days, you add coal to the hopper in the back and empty the ashes from below the firebox. The stove's system automatically adds coal to the firebox and shakes out the ash as the coal burns. These require electricity, but some models have a battery
back up - key for power outages.

Manual Fed
For these types, which have front-loading fireboxes and no hopper, you'll have to stoke and add coal yourself every couple hours when maximizing heat output.

Check out our full line of Harman coal units



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7095 Big Tree Road (Rte 63)
Pavilion NY 14525
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