Many homes are equipped with wood burning stoves to help keep fuel costs down. If you have plenty of access to fallen trees all that is needed is time and a chainsaw to turn those trees into firewood. But what happens if you don't have a good supply or you run out before the winter is over? It is to your advantage to install a stove that will also burn coal. Coal can be a clean fuel that burns evenly and consistently. The flexibility of being able to choose wood or coal is a plus.
We need to replace the grate for our Wonderluxe wood burner. Can you tell us what stores sell them or where we can get one?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 18, 2014
My apologies, but I do not know of a local dealer that offers parts for this circulator. The grate can be purchased directly from the manufacturer, here. I am sorry again that I do not know of any other sources.
By Fred from SC on January 16, 2014
Does offer a wood stove that has a door on left hand side?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 17, 2014
My apologizes, but all coal burning circulators we currently offer have the door on the right hand side, as you face the unit.
By Keith Johnson from Detroit Lakes, MN on December 19, 2016
Is it safe to burn wood in a coal burning stove? Is the stove friendly to both fuel sources?
By Will M. on December 20, 2016
In most cases it is perfectly acceptable to burn wood in a coal stove, however, please provide the make and model number of your stove to confirm.