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Posted by Pete on February 18th, 2000 03:48 PM

I built a log home and I have a woodstove and a couple propane direct vent unit heater. The home still is cool with the thermonstatic propane unit heater. Do you think an oil stove may be more productive? Or some other form of economical heat? I unfortunately, built the home on a slab of concrete, which may be my problem? Any info would be helpful. I live in Seattle, WA. Thanks, Pete

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