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We recently moved into a home with a propane fire boiler hot water heating system. It is costing us an arm and leg to heat the place even with the thermostat turned down low. We are thinking of putting a wood furnace in the basement. The problems is that we have no ductwork. My husband talked to a few people that have either hydronic heat or electric heat and they use a wood furnace to heat the basment and of course the heat radiates up and helps warm the main floor and they keep the basement door open. They say it is ok to install the wood furnace according to the manufacturers specs but instead of connecting the furnace to duct work just use some metal difusers to direct the heated air in different directions in the basement. The furnace has a therostacticly controlled blower. Does any one have any experience doing this and what would the insureance company thing of this. The wood furnace would be installed according to code. The only difference is that it wouldn't be connected to duct work. Any advice or ideas would be appreciated. Thank you Karen
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