Hello, new to the forum and really enjoying it! Been heating a mountain home, about 1,500 sq. ft. exclusively for the last 7 years with a 1987 Quadra Fire 3000. Ashamed to admit that I thought I knew everything I needed to know about it from years of heating with wood in the 1960's and 1970's on a farm. Finally downloaded a manual for a model 3100 and learned how to set the primary and secondary air controls properly; sheesh... Anyway, just curious, is a blower kit a worthwhile investment for this stove? It heats the house well, but the north rooms are a little cool unless you make the living room a little warm. The upstairs warm up no problem. The house is pretty well insulated and moderately sealed. Elevation is 6,000 ft, so nights can dip into single digits, but 20's are more the norm for winter lows. Stove is installed in a corner of the living room, with masonry hearth on the floor and walls. Also, what is the chance that a blower kit for a 3100 will work on the older 3000? They look the same, even down to the mounting holes, but I don't have the kit dimensions for the 3100. It is part number BK-ACC, if that helps. If it is just drilling a couple new holes or something, I can deal with it. Thanks for taking a look and any help!