Been burning for a year now. Been through the typical problems and learned from them. Learned about making sure I have plenty of good dry wood this year. Learned about getting air circulated towards the stove to heat the other rooms the best I can. I've been burning 24/7 and during the day I'm pretty pleased with it. But I still struggle with getting a good all night burn. I wondering if I can even do so. I have a cheap US Stove that only has the flue damper as air control. Because of our small one floor house and it's floor layout. we put it in our bedroom. The main floor consists of bedroom, living room, bathroom, den, and kitchen. Since it's in the bedroom, I really can't stuff the stove full with wood for a good hot fire before we go to bed, or we will melt.I've been using hard wood for the over night burns but I get maybe 3 hours out of it. Any ideas on burning technique? Would an EPA stove with better air control help? If an EPA stove helps would a non-cat be better since my stove temps on average will be lower?