Lots of folks talking about getting overnight burns, etc., so I thought I'd chime in for a minute. This year, I've been putting in about 8-9 largish splits 6-7" before bed. Doing the whole get it going then turn down the air deal. I've been sleeping much better and longer (8 hours sometimes) and waking to find plenty of coals in the stove to relight the fire quite easily, usually within a minute or so. Dry wood is so nice. However, ....as an example, this morning the house was down to about 63, with outside temp of about 16. When the outside temp is mid 20's, I wake to the house around 66-67. Just looking for a bit of feedback/thoughts on whether this is normal or excessively cool. I think the latter. I know, very subjective. I think BBar has suggested the house may not be as tight as it should (he'd be correct), so that's being worked on as I have the means. The stove room is the 2nd room to come under my reno knife. I pulled some T&G paneling down and have found air leaks and poorly done insulation. This was fully expected. Time to gut and rebuild.