I see a lot of posts about no oil delivery for years. If you have oil, I would assume some of you used to use your oil fired boiler for hot water. So my question is, if you are not using your boiler, how are you getting your hot water. I have a jotul insert and have been using it for just about 1 complete season. I ran out of dry wood last march and had to run the boiler and shut down the insert. From last December to now, I have burned 580 gallons total. I did some testing and I burn about .9 gallons a day in the summer for domestic hot water. If I assume the same year round, that equals 330 gallons which means that I used 250 for heat. I think I'm doing better this year for these reasons. 1 warmer outside. 2. I thought my wood was dry last year, but it is much drier this year so hotter fires. 3. I delayed my programmable thermostat to come on later in the morning which allows me to get the fire going. I would really like to get the 330 gallons for hot water down, but don't have a clue how to do it. I don't have natural gas (well not the kind you can hook up to a hot water tank), I don't have propane, and don't want to use electricity since it will be extremely expensive. I have thought about solar, but have not looked into it that much. The good news for me is that I was burning about 1100 gallons before I made some upgrades and had the insert put in. Any suggestions would be great. Sorry if this is the wrong forum.