Have had my stove for 3 years. It’s an enviro Boston 1700. I keep it going just about 24/7 once temps go below 45. I have found it impossible to set a draft and overcome that cold air wedge in my flue pipe when it’s even moderately cold. I’m talking at 45 degrees it’s got a nice wind coming down the pipe. I have a standard bi-level and i think my chimney is 25 feet tall. I’ve tried the quick hot fire and everything else. What works for me and what I thought I’d share here is my hidden secret. I slide a baffle board to the side and put a Webber Fire Starting Cube on the air tube right below the flue. It produces very minimal smoke and burns quick to set the draft. Usually takes less then a minute. In the coldest of days if my stove has been off and the flue is ice cold, I’ll give it some help my putting my propane torch up there for about 5-10 seconds. I know there’s people who will say not to burn petro stuff in your stove but in my opinion it’s better then smoking out my entire house.l and its such a minimal amount/ very sporadic.