Coal Vs. Wood Heat?

Answer In colder regions of the country, homeowners have an important decision to make with regard to heating in the winter months. With the prices of oil, natural gas and electricity on the rise, people ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Coal Vs. Wood Heat

Will burning coal to heat your home effect your health?

No it doesn't. You can burn wood, coal, or fuel oil and it is all safe. The reason being that what ever you burn goes out the chimney. The only thing inside the house is heat. Heck, I've burned coa... Read More »

How do I adjust the heat output of the Kozy Heat wood-burning fireplace?

Use Your Remote Transmitter to Adjust TemperatureOnce you have set up the remote transmitter of your Kozy Heat fireplace, if you have it set on "Auto" (automatic), it will send a signal to the fire... Read More »

Can you burn wood in a coal stove?

You cannot burn wood in a coal-burning stove. Coal-burning stoves do not meet the Environmental Protection Agency's regulations about emissions for burning wood. The EPA put these regulations in pl... Read More »

Can you burn coal in a wood burning stove?

A wood stove will burn coal if the coal is placed on a coal-rated grate to allow air circulation. The stove must also be made of cast iron. The walls of a steel stove could easily become overheated... Read More »