I just had a pellet stove installed in the living room of my raised ranch home. The thermastat is also located in the living room. My problem is that my finished basement will not be heated now because the pellet stove will keep it nice and warm not allowing the thermastat to call for heat down stairs. I have only 1 thermastat which circulates the oil fired boiler from down stairs to up stairs on one zone. I was thinking of moving the thermastat to the finished lower level to heat down there, or just use a Delonghi space heater ( not purchased yet, still reviewing) to heat down stairs. The lower level is insulated and drywalled with a non heated garge down below. Im looking at keeping the lower just tolerable enough to be in. How cold will it get without running the oil fired boiler? Any other sugestions would help. Im about all taped out for cash after pellet stove install, so rezoning is out of the question. THANKS FOR ANSWERS IN ADVANCE!!