Hello, Due to city code, house design issues, and just a large house on a small lot - I need to place my boiler in the basement of my house. Access to the "boiler room" is limited and the thought of getting a quality 1000 lb or better gasifier down there is daunting. Wood storage on the other hand is good as there are two large coal bins to toss into! What suggestions would you share for Kits or plans - or chunk wood gasifiers that I can dismantle and replace or build the refractory. I have looked at the Seton kit but I would prefer a multi pass horizontal fire tube boiler. Hoping that doesn't sound silly! Last season I burned 2100 therms of NG and the house was cold - I plan on pressurized storage (size yet to be determined) so I can burn the boiler twice a day and I already have primary secondary piping. Most likely that storage will also have to be built in place. I plan on replacing the NG boiler with a closed combustion appliance and that frees up the 40 foot tall 6 inch SS lined chimney Anything I missed to help?