Evening, all. I have a Buck 27000 in my old farmhouse on the main floor that's been very handy in the sub-zero for the last week. Last year frequent use of this stove had my winter utility bills MUCH lower than in previous years. I've also got a Buck 28000 in the finished basement that needs a new fan- I'm working on that now. While I'm working on it, are there other things I could do while it's out (or after I put it back in) to improve the performance of this stove? Being in Colorado, we're mostly stuck using evergreen wood, which is unfortunate, but trucking in good hardwood isn't much cheaper than using propane so that's that. What can you guys tell me about using this stove better?