Hello everyone, I'm new here, and I am considering getting a wood stove for heating a home I recently purchased. It is an older, poorly insulated home at around 900 sq. ft. I am doing some remodeling on it and plan to move in around the end of the year. It has a very basic, open floorplan. I have been researching woodstoves as a economical way to heat the house, and I was just about set on the Woodstock Keystone because of its efficiency, even heating with soapstone, its vertical exhaust option, ashpan, and its size. However, I came across the Cera-Stoves on montanastove.com and am intrigued by them. The turbo top teton model seems appropriate. I was curious if their claims of efficiency, ease of use, and safety are true. I noticed that they list no btu or sq. footage ratings, as well as no epa efficiency percentages. I also noticed that they have 8" exhausts which seems to entail more expense in chimney pipe and accessories. I was just hoping that someone could give some advice on which of these stoves gives the best combo of even and efficient heating. I would appreciate any advice I could get.