Hi everyone! Sold our last home with our trust PE Summit. We tried using a hearthstone mansfield in our barn just over the winter with a temp non epa chimney setup and really didnt have good luck with the stove. To hard to control, sucking air from somewhere ...probably ash pan gastket, ect. Just not a good fit for us and our styling has changed in the new house. So we are considering the Jotul F55 and the old trusty Summit. Heres the setup: 2x6 constructed 1 1/2 story chalet home on a foam insulated conditioned crawlspace (non vented). The foot print is 26x46. The stove will be installed in the living room exterior wall with 16ft ceilings approx 525sqft. There is an open stairwell leading up to a loft with the master suite. So I would love to figure out how to circulate the warm air through the crawlspace to keep the floors warmer. I dont know if I could install cold air intake pulling air from crawl to create circulation. We are trying to get the stove as close to the wall as possible which will include a heat shield, double wall pipe and 1" air space. Which do you think has the longer burn times? Would you say one has more maintenance than the other? We will be burning wood seasoned 3 yrs (we stay ahead). So any insight to help make a decision would be great! Also interior chimney 16' with 9' of class A. Thinking I will also install damper inline for more control.