My liberty can't seem to get my house over 70-72 degrees. My house is 2100 sq ft. built in 1910 with no insulation. The house isn't drafty though. Right now were only heating the downstairs, say 1100 sq ft. Were in a cold snap right now, temps were around 9 last night. Loaded the stove up around 10pm, stove top got up to 700 degrees, however the living room (where the stove is, about 12x20.) maxed out at 69 degrees with the blower running. By 2am stove was down to 400, house 68, 3am house was down to 65 (heat turned on at that point) stove top down to 120. I have been fighting an overdraft issue, the dealer is going to install a damper. I'm not sure if this will help with heat output or not. I'm having a hard time believing that this stove can't keep up with my house, especially the fire room. I would think it would roast you out. I've also noticed on the blower anything over low and there's no heat output, seems like the top surface doesn't get too hot. I'm getting really aggravated with this stove, from everything I've been told it should heat me right out of my downstairs and it's struggling to keep up overnight forget it!