Just curious as to what everyone is able to maintain for temps in their homes overnight. Please post stove temp when calling it a night...what time you retire and then wake up, and also outside temps. I had an energy audit today and the company had an infrared heat camera and amazed me at the hkrrible insulation the house has... I have my thermostats ( 1 upstairs zone and one downstairs zone ) set to 65... I load the stove chuck full EW slowly closing down the air at about 500...Ieave the air open about an 1/8 when I go to bed...usually about midnight ( load stove an hour before )... house is usually 68 on the oposite side of the house only because fans moving the air. ..upstairs about 70...wake up about 6:30 to the oil burner working upstairs and down... outside temps in the teens or twentys.... stove top reading about 150-200 with decent coals.... im hoping to get a little more heat staying in my home after some insulation upgrades....just curious what everyone else was seeing..