Hello everyone; Been a while since I've been here, but I need some expert advice. Generally, I take your suggestions and talk them over with my husband, so we can decide on the best way forward. What I've learned from this forum has been so helpful to us. Here's the question. We have a big stove, a hearthstone equinox. It is our primary heat in the winter in Alaska. We can get some pretty long cold stretches, had a few weeks of minus 30 this winter. We have an mid 70's house, that is pretty well built but there were gaps around the windows and doors. So, we are weatherizing the house, sealing up lots of air leaks, replacing all the windows and doors. We have no secondary air intake for the stove and one of the window guys suggested adding a fresh air vent under one of the windows. I'm very concerned about indoor air quality, and welcome any suggestions. So far, we have not had any draft issues but there were gaps under the doors and around the windows that gave us plenty of fresh air exchange. Right now seems like the best time to do this, so I'm looking forward to hearing your suggestions and experiences.