Hey...this seems to be a great place to get some advice as to what I should do pertaining to purchasing a new wood fired indoor boiler furnace (add on to an oil hot water boiler furnace)! I am currently going through oil like crazy (have a high efficiency Newmac oil furnace system with cast iron radiators) but we have a 2 1/2 storey 100 year old Victorian home. We are only heating the first 2 levels with oil hot water heat and the square footage is approximately 2200. We have 11 cast iron rads (the number of them seem to heat our home rather well...26 degrees upstairs and 20 degrees downstairs-we have only one zone, hence the major diff in temp between the 2 levels). We want to purchase an indoor wood boiler furnace because it is currently costing us $700.00/month to heat our home with oil. We cannot afford a brand new one so we have been looking for used ones for sale. We have come across 2 wood boilers. (1) Powrmatic of Canada MW100; airtight, wet; 25 years old but not used the past 10 years (stored in dry basement as a back-up for current wood boiler in case it went..wood boiler is still going and they are selling their home so they are getting rid of the Powrmatic (this is how it is spelled). The price is $800.00 delivered to our home. (2) New Yorker MF100; 18-20 years old; totallly cleaned up; all controls; 100, 000BTUs (not sure of the BTUs on the Powrmatic, as there is no real info that I can find on the net about this particular model, but it should be said that this Powrmatic is in excellent condition for it's age...you can tell they are telling the truth by saying that it has not been used the past 10 years). The price for the New Yorker is also $800.00 delivered to our home. Will either of these furnaces be sufficient to properly heat my home (considering the sq footage)? I like my house really warm...I would love it to be around 23 degrees Celcius. Any information, opinions, would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!