the anthracite burning home heaters thousands of New Englanders are raving
Plain but fancy
Our Coal Stove Chubby's have been heating homes in New England for 35 years. Built with an outer steel shell, and inner cast iron fire pot.
This combination has
withstood the test of time for over a quarter century. The graceful, time
honored Acanthus Leaf vines cast into the stoves top, doors and legs is a
favorite of architects and designers. Every Coal Stove Chubby made has had the
Mayflower cast in front and center. Although we like to think of our Coal Stove
Chubby's as supplemental home heaters many appliance owners will tell you
Anyone can use a Chubby Stove. If you are new at
it, we offer a free video to show you a typical daily schedule! Its simple, its
easy, and our grandparents did it most of their lives. We offer totally free
tech support, with a live person, if you have any questions please call
781-293-7990 Click here to let us know where to send the video link.
An anthracite nut fire can be established once the temperature is below 50 degrees and will run until the heating season ends in April. A single filling of the fire pot will supply you with plenty of heat, without attention, for hours on end. The Coal Stove Chubby will run at 300 - 600 degrees comfortably 24 hours a day, with or without
electricity. Try doing that with your oil or gas thermostat. The cost to fuel this type of warmth right now, is about $325 - $350 a year, in most areas, per bagged ton delivered to your home in clean 40lb. plastic bags. Unlike a pellet stove, a Coal Stove Chubby requires - No annual maintenance, or adjustments. Just an occasional
freshening up with a coat of high temperature stove paint. Be totally warm.
Next, have you heard coal was dirty? Wrong. Maybe in the days when central furnaces without gaskets were used. So, when I am asked this question, I usually reply, what do you mean, and people are not sure. Dirty to the touch, or dirty to burn in the house? Well,
that's just what I've heard.. maybe compared to wood for instance? - This is where the rubber meets the road. Read more.
U.nlike the dusty no-gaskets
central furnaces of yesterday, today's parlor heaters have door gaskets and are constructed in a manner that makes residential use a great alternative heating source. The piece of mind of owning a supplemental home heater (or one for daily use) is truly liberating. One other thing, once you experience the heat from an anthracite home heating parlor stove, you will wonder why you went without this wonderful heat. Be totally warm.
S.tart your anthracite home heating journey by calling us with your installation questions. Whether your interest is full time use, or just keeping warm during a power outage, we are here to speak with you. For less than $350.00 this season, in most areas, you can purchase a pallet, of bagged anthracite nut delivered to your door. Some people heat exclusively with a Chubby Stove and use no oil or gas at all. The future belongs to those who prepare for it! Don't wait for the power to go out or fuel prices to rise again before you consider a purchasing a supplementary home heating appliance.
coal is environmentally friendly. It burns with virtually no smoke and few
emissions, producing no soot or creosote buildup. Anthracite is a low sulfur
fuel, and can be delivered to your home in clean plastic bags that will remain
ready to go even if not used for many years. Anthracite never goes bad.
In recent years we've been living in a cold home. Even though our thermostat is set at 68
degrees the house just never seems warm. As a young girl I remember our home
always being warm. We had a kitchen stove which we fueled with anthracite. Mom
used it for baking on a daily basis. When we converted our central home heater from coal to
oil, it was never the same. The warm home disappeared. Sure it was easier, but
even with very inexpensive oil back then the
house was always chilly when the
furnace cycled off. Like a warm home, the lure of inexpensive oil is also a
thing of the past so I thought. I never forgot the beautiful heat of an anthracite burning heater.
While visiting a home on a neighboring island here in Maine I saw a working
Chubby Stove and I had to have one!! It is unlikely that I will go back to a coal burning
central furnace however, I am now the proud owner of a Coal Stove Chubby. The cold home is gone. The total warmth I was promised, has been totally delivered. Thank you so very much! We love our Coal Stove Chubby.
~ Peaks Island Maine.
Telephone us at 781-293-7990
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