TeachMeFinance.com - explain Heating stove burning wood, coal, or coke
Heating stove burning wood, coal, or coke The term 'Heating stove burning wood, coal, or coke' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' Any free-standing box or controlled-draft stove; or a stove installed in a fireplace opening, using the chimney of the fireplace. Stoves are made of cast iron, sheet metal, or plate steel. Free-standing fireplaces that can be detached from their chimneys are considered heating stoves'.
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