High Ranch house?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by bella, Mar 23, 2008.

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  1. bella

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    I own a high ranch with no basement , but i have no room to put the stove
    on the first floor , is it smart to still put a stove on the 2nd floor, the thermostat
    is on the 2nd floor. imreally want to get a stove to make the difference in my bills
    on home heating next fall and winter.
     

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    How big is the house, the 2nd flr, the 1st flr and is it new contruction? If it's an older home is it well insulated?
     
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    Heat generally rises. You may get enough benefit if you spend most of your time upstairs.

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