Just got my new pellet stove 3 weeks ago, A Comfortbilt Hp50 44,00 BTU. My house is 16,00 sft. This site has been great for me. On how to install, what type of pellets and just general knowledge. I'm having the typical problem of the stove room being almost 80 degrees and the rest of the house being 65 degrees. I have research ALOT on here. I understand I need to circulate the air around to get a better constant heat. I have been experimenting with box fans and ceiling fans. It has helped a little bit, but not as much as I expected. Also the whole point was to save on heating costs and make it warmer throughout the house. With 2 box fans and a ceiling fan going in the doorways facing the stove and adjoining room facing out of the room, seems like I'm going to be spending more $ on electric due to fans and they are an eyesore and somewhat of a hazard. Looking for ideas. My stove is in a living room, I basically have two adjoining living rooms with a huge archway. The wall was taken out between them. I am pushing colder floor are at the stove. and using a ceiling fan pushing the heat up to circulate. Pretty much open floor plan on first level. With a addition o off the back through the gally kitchen to a family/dining room. Only getting i tot go up 1 degree there. All bedrooms are upstairs. The stairway is adjoining to the Stove room. I can feel warmer air going up the staircase due to the ceiling fan in the stove room. But 1-2 degree improvement up stairs. Without cutting vents in the ceiling from first floor to the second, going into the bedroom. I understand that will let the heat raise up to the bedrooms but here in Upstate NY, that is against code and a fire hazard and will increase noise between floor. Also been looking at those "corner-doorway fans". to circulate the warm air at top of the large archways pushing warmer air out of those room and into kitchen in one direction and out towards the staircase. Those fans seem like $30-$70 and i would need 6 or so.and wiring would look a little strange. Don't know if they even help, but would seem to circulate air. All while pushing cold at at the stove. Even looked into in-wall fan powered vents instead. but would have t power them and cut into walls. Feeling a little discouraged, Stove woks great. Puts out a lot of heat has setting 1-5. I start it up on 3 and then basically turn it down to 1 as the 2 living rooms heat up to 78 degrees in about an hour or so. Bu the back room and upstairs are still 64. I was hoping to heat up my whole house with this pellet stove and not use my furnace much at all. But seem to be in 2 out of the 3 zones. One being upstairs and one being back/family room. Anyone have any other ideas? Do these doorway fans work? are they work installing 6 of them? cutting vents into my 2nd floor floors for the bedrooms? If i do the vents with can get involved. I still have to figure out how to get colder air back down to circulate without having another fan at the top of the stairs. Kinda feeling like I should've put that $ into a high efficient natural gas furnace and turned the heat up more and still saved $. I want to like this new Pellet stove. I do, just frustrated.