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Home Heating with Anthracite Coal Pros and Cons

Coal Burning Heater

Burning Anthracite coal requires either a stove, furnace or a boiler that are more complicated to operate than electric or natural gas powered furnaces. A stoker is a coal burning heater that needs periodic maintenance, supplying it with coal pieces and removal of ash a byproduct from burning coal.

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