Hi all. Great site you have here. So glad I've found this place. My fiancee and I are in the process of designing and then building a pole building shop with attached living quarters. Right now we are leaning towards the size range of 40x80x20 with around 30 feet of it finished(2 story). I am looking for opinions on what would be the best way to heat this space with wood as fuel. My family farms and has several acres of timber which we cut wood off of every year. My dad and granpa have 3 Hardy stoves between them. We burn a LOT of wood. Not knowing any better I was looking into adding a Hardy to my future building, but found out that my state(Indiana) no longer allows the old style OWB. It sounds like this could be a blessing in disguise.ha From my limited reading here, it seems as low an indoor gasifier boiler is much more efficient and will burn substantially less wood than what I am used to with the Hardys. This would be amazing. I may even be able to convert my dad and grandpa from their Hardys! I'm not against adding a seperate storage building attached to my building. Don't think I would want the boiler on the inside of the shop, unless you all could talk me into it? I have looked into radiant heat in the concrete slab and that sounds like that is a good option. Thoughts on that? Would a Garn Jr. type boiler lend itself well to this application? Thanks in advance for the help.