Hi, We are working on plans for a small ICF home (729 sq/ft main level + loft) desiring a wood stove with medium size box for better loading of logs and fire view (ie Regency F2450). ICF homes are known for their tightness being extremely well insulated (concrete and foam). Since the house is so tight I was thinking the stove should have a direct outside air input vent which is available as an add on for this stove. Property is at a high elevation 9000' or so. Primary heat when the stove is not on will be radiant floor fueled by propane. I am considering a ductless HRV vent for healthy air exchange on the main level. Does this sound like a good idea and what would be the best area for a ductless single unit HRV placement so as not to cause unintended problems for the stove when in use?