Coal Stoves and Inserts

Berks County Coal StovesThe cost of heating a house isn’t getting any cheaper. In fact, it’s getting more expensive every year, and it doesn’t look like that’s a dying trend. As a result, many people are looking­ for new ways to stay warm and they’re finding the answer in an old favorite — coal stoves. Not only can a coal stove heat up your home, but it can save you money as well.

Heat the old fashion way. Coal has been used for generations as a economical heat source. Stoves come in Radiant (hand fired) or Stoker (automatic).

Radiant stoves require manual feeding approximately 2 – 3 times a day and operate without electricity. Stoker stoves require feeding every 2 – 3 days, and offer several venting options. Insert models come in radiant only.

We Sell and Service the Following Coal Stoves and Coal Inserts in Berks County:

Alaskan coal stoves in berks county pa
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