Hello, I posted here a month or so ago looking for a small woodstove for a small house with a small (old coal) fireplace. We have narrowed it down to the Jotul F3CB in blue black enamel or the Yosemite Quadrafire in matte black - here they run fairly close to the same price. Due to the mantle, both will take up pretty much the same amount of space (about 20 inches out from the mantle at the loading door) and we won't be able to use to use the side door of the Quadrafire also because the mantle which we do not want to shield. Does anyone have any input about either of the 2 stoves? Another option was the Jotul Nordic but we thought it might be too small (although it also has a smaller footprint, which is nice in the living room of 12 x 14 feet). Our house is 1200 square feet, 600 per level, with upstairs and downstairs zone heating. Wood stove will be on the main floor which we would love to hit 68-70 degrees. Very happy if upstairs hits 63+. (Living room is near staircase). Our main floor is 3 small fairly isolated rooms - maybe someday we will open it up some. And the house has moderate insulation (downstairs) - we are in Nova Scotia which is cold (maybe not for Canada)... this winter in particular was often around -15 but generally we are around -10 during the coldest month(s). Thanks all!