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    Help with wood boiler

    Good point peakbagger, my Buderus does have the bottom grate and it burns down nicely. I just grew up with a regular wood stove and we were always able to get the fire going easily with the red hot coals in the morning. Thought it seemed dumb to have to start a fire every morning and evening...
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    Help with wood boiler

    Thanks for the info... maybe my best bet would be to save up for a gasification unit? It sounds like I would need at least a 500 gallon tank to store a days worth of heat. But even though that will store the heat, the fire would still go out and I would need to restart it right? So even if I get...
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    Help with wood boiler

    Thanks for all the help guys! I’ll try to answer some of the questions and add some more info. First, I am from Pa, so Vermont is a little too far for me to drive. I was hoping to not have to start a fire every morning and every time I get home from work...maybe that’s not possible with a...
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    Help with wood boiler

    Hi all, I really don't know much about boilers, but was hoping I could get some advice for my unique situation. I moved into a place a couple of years ago that came with a Buderus Logano G201 wood/coal boiler. The previous owner told me he burned coal in it, and that worked great, but I have...