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Old 05-12-2010, 05:35 PM   #1
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I have a 1880 sq ft rancher house 30 years old but insulated very well. I want to use the new stove as the main heat source. I live in central BC Canada so we do get some cold weather with the average temp in the winter around -20 night and warming up to -10 daytime. What are some of the better wood burning stoves for most efficient burn of wood and I would like to have a burn time of approx 10 hours between fills. My back up is a new 96% efficient gas furnace with 2 speed DC fan motor.

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northeastern pa. community forums antrcite and bitumus coal forum has alot of info on stoves wood/coal. sorry about the spelling for coal.

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Check into 'Russian fireplaces'. They recirculate and make use of the fact that smoke is unburned fuel.
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