First of all thanks in advance for the advice. Alot of knowledge on this site! I will be burning my Century wood stove for the first time this fall and have a question about the best way to circulate the warm air. I have an older farm house that has been added on to before about 15 years before we moved in. The stove will be located in a large open living that is connected to the kitchen with a large doorway. Beyond the kitchen are the bedrooms that I would like to get the extra heat to. The bedrooms have ceiling fans in them already but the living room does not. All the rooms are on the same level, no stairs to deal with. I have read and know to move the cold air to the stove. I plan on putting a small fan on the floor of the kitchen to pull cold air from the bedrooms into the kitchen. The living room does not have a fan in it and the Mrs wants to put one in, but my question would that help circulate the warm air? The light we would replace is only about 3 feet from the stove. Sorry for the long post but I dont have a way to scan a drawing of my floor plan.