I currently have a Clayton 1600g wood furnace. I am considering getting a Hearthstone Heritage wood stove as a "secondary" wood source to replace my Heatilator fireplace for those days when it is above 35 degrees here in Ohio, or maybe colder. My Clayton heats the house great, but goes through a lot of wood in a day (about 24-26 pieces), and heats "too good" when it is above 40. So my question is - for you Heritage or similar stove users (like the Jotul F400 Castine), how many pieces of wood do you go through in a normal day (outside high temps 30-45), and do you think this would be a good stove (either Heritage or Jotul)? I would like to increase my ability to heat with wood, and maybe even decrease my wood usage, and need a good wood stove to do so. Our ranch house is 1900 sq feet on main floor, 1200 ft in basement (mostly finished). I have a whole house circulation feature on my furnace that will circulate the warm air upstairs (where the stove would be) to downstairs.