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HOTBLAST, WOOD/COAL WITH TWIN 550 CFM BLOWERS is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by NeaNea40 from We have heat!!! Bought and installed this stove last weekend and it works great. Easy to install keeps our 2000 sq ft home at an even temperature after some tweaking of registers and dampers.
Date published: 2014-09-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by Judy from Do Not buy this stove !!! it's not worth the money The question ask how do I feel about this product ... well let me tell you .. We bought the HotBlast Furnace Coal/wood stove at a tractor and Supply dealer in Carlisle Pa thinking this is going to be great .spent $1500.00 on it .. This will be the last stove we will have to get for a long time ... Well we have a a heck of a time trying to keep our coal burning .. we have been messing with it ( babysitting ) the stove for 2 weeks .. Have to leave the bottom draft door open ~ which is dangerous .. to keep the coal going. So hubby called the phone on the instruction book .. It looks like the USSTOVE company says this is more of a wood stove then coal .. but it say coal ..on it .. WHAT it doesn't tell you until page 18 in the trouble shooting page is you have to get this fan for on the back of it .. to get a good draft .. WHAT that is another 300.00 that we don't have ... what a rip off .. So ask me again how I feel about this product after setting on a ton of coal .. Do NOT buy this product .. I do have to say ... if you are burning wood ..it really throws the heat .. So I will give a extra star for that ..if you have time to load the stove ever 4 hours ..
Date published: 2014-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rick from Great stove I put this stove in my house 3 years ago. Heats my whole house and the basement. House stays at 72 degrees as does the basement. My house is 4200 sq. feet not counting the basement. Only problem is coal is hard to learn how to burn hot enough to keep the fans running. Use wood all the time now but if your willing to work at it it will still save a lot of money each month. Costs about $600.00 a month before when using the oil furnace Now about $200.00 for good seasoned wood.
Date published: 2014-11-29