Hey guys. This is my first full year burning, and I'm having some issues getting the temps in the house up. I have no problem getting the stove to crank. I can easily get it above 600* and even up to 700*. And I can sustain these temps for long periods of time, as well as get long overnight burns. I've reloaded in the morning after 8 hours or so off the coals. I also have no problem getting the temps in the house from the 50s into the 60s quickly (within one hour) even when it's fairly cold out (20s or 30s). But, I can't seem to get into the 70s. I have the blower running, too. The house is a 2300 sf cape with an open floor concept. The insert is in the living room (middle of the house), and the chimney is interior. The Freedom does extend out about 8". Since it's only me in the house right now, I typically only burn in the evening and overnight during the week. When I come home from work the house is usually in the 50s. I get the temps to mid-60s within an hour, but can't get much higher. Wash, rinse, repeat for the rest of the days. Is there a problem with my setup? Or am I trying to do the impossible in attempting to bring the house from 50 to 70 in a few hours? Your help is appreciated.