So during the real winter we have had we really push our stove to keep up. Current setup is a raised ranch wit finished basement. Stove is in basement opposite end of the house for open stairwell. I have floor vents cut in above the stove to transfer heat upstairs. Stove doe great until we hit low teens and single digits the. I really push it and eat up a lot of wood. House is fairly well insulated just a lil too much house for the cold weather in my opinion. Question is if I add a second stove upstairs opposite end of the house (kitchen/dining) will I increase wood consumption considerably or not much since I won't have to push the basement stove hard to keep up? I could just turn on the gas furnace but I'm too stubborn and LOVE the wood heat.