The second half of the 19th century saw the rise of coal heating, and by the beginning of the 20th century, coal became recognized as the most abundant and widely used fuel source in America. With the advent of other fuel sources, coal is not the most commonly used heating source; however, coal remains the most cost-efficient fuel when compared to wood, wood pellets, and fuel oil. Coal furnaces are especially beneficial in areas of extreme cold weather, since they produce more heat and energy than ordinary electric furnaces. Coal furnaces are also simple to manage and use; you can choose between hand-fired or automatic units depending on your individual preferences.
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Coal furnaces run efficiently at low cost making them ideal for heating your home. These furnaces are simple to use and require minimal upkeep, especially depending on the choice of a hand-fired or automatic unit. Coal furnaces produce more heat and energy than regular electric furnaces, making them especially beneficial in regions with cold weather.