Have been burning wood at my current location for 14 years. The only time I have draft problems is when the wind comes from the south which is NORMALLY only maybe 10 days in the fall and spring. We have had average temps for the last 60 days in which I have been burning 24/7 ( If it was colder and I was burning hotter I don't think I would be having problems). The wind has been coming from the south about 90% of the time causing creosote buildup and puffing when the forced draft kicks on. I have had to clean the chimney every 5-7 days for the last 2 months and it's getting old fast ( I usually only have to clean the chimney 2-3 times per winter). I've tried caps and they only make the problems worse. The wood I'm burning is mostly Beech 1-2.5 years dry. The stove is a woodchuck forced air furnace. I've never had problems like this but I've never seen the wind out of the south so much bringing 15-30 degree temps with it. Any suggestions to remedy this problem would be appreciated.