I've been poking around this forum for about 5 years now and I'm about to pull the trigger on an indoor wood boiler. I'm in the process of building a wood shed/boiler room addition off the back of my house so I need to make a boiler decision soon. I have burned wood in a wood stove for the past 15 years (still burn through 1300 gallons of propane a year) so I'm no stranger to constantly feeding a wood stove but I read about everyone starting a fire every day to start their gasifiers. I hate to sound lazy but throwing a few logs in the wood stove every few hours is much more appealing than having to start a fire every time I want my gasifier to run. I understand the storage tank idea (which I plan to do) and why gasifiers like to run flat out all the time but does anyone keep their boilers running all the time by throwing a log on every once in a while or do you let it burn out every day? I'm starting to think a pellet gasifier would be better suited for me then a wood gasifier just for the shear fact that I don't want to start a fire every day. My wood stove currently runs from November to April and I let it go out maybe a dozen times. Thoughts?