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I have a question that I hope someone out there can help me with. I live in the country and I am on propane. With the cost of propane rising we are looking to other means of heat. I have an endless supply of wood and we are leaning that way. I was told by a wood furnace manufacturer that I could drop my warm air line into the closest room (to the wood furnace) and hook the cold air return up to my existing ducts and it would pull the heat throughout the whole house. Can this actually work? The furnace is using a 1500cfm blower and my house is 1400 sq ft. Will it be an even heat and will I be able to control warm and cold spots? If anyone can shed some light on this for me I would appreciate it