2 to 3 years and I'd be taking advantage of the fact that it is not burning season (supposedly). Watch for really good used stoves, and install them. That way you don't spend too much but add to the value if a potential buyer wants to burn with wood heat. Watch for Woodstocks, Regency, Jotul, P5 or P6 etc. If you are going to have to install hearths in front of the fireplaces, maybe you want to go with stoves that only require ember protection, as that will save you space and money. If you were staying. or if you want to add value to the home and money isn't too big an issue, I'd surely love to put an Esse Ironheart in the kitchen, if it lends itself to it. Big dollars, but wouldn't I love to have a kitchen big enough to take a woodburning stove/home heater?