Hi all, I really don't know much about boilers, but was hoping I could get some advice for my unique situation. I moved into a place a couple of years ago that came with a Buderus Logano G201 wood/coal boiler. The previous owner told me he burned coal in it, and that worked great, but I have access to free firewood so I wanted to burn that. I did not get a good burn time because of the small firebox, and there were a few times it blew the pressure valve and steam started coming out. I'm thinking adding a storage tank would help with that, and getting a boiler designed for burning wood may have a larger firebox and help with burn time? Is that my best bet? Currently, the boiler is in my garage and the pipes run up to my propane furnace and the coil is up by the blower on the furnace. There is no water tank, so I was wondering if I really need one? I am on a very limited budget, so a new gasification or outdoor unit isn't an option. My goal is to get a used wood boiler for the same or less than I could sell my current boiler for (anyone know the value of those?) and simply swap them out. Maybe add a storage tank? I was looking at an older Glenwood 950 boiler... is that a decent option? Any tips are appreciated! Thanks!