So ive been scouring google on the best way to do this. I live in a 70s model single wide. I have an enclosed front porch with a fisher momma bear wood stove. Last year, I bought at least 6 cords of wood, and I am not completely sure how much I cut. Add another cord or 2. The wood stove ran from late september till at least april. I also use a kerosene heater, to help keep it warm at night when I cant keep the stove burning hot. The porch wasnt very well insulated, which I took care of with 6 inch insulation, and drywall. Now the porch holds heat very well, but the distribution to the rest of the house isnt good. I still wake up to a cold house. I had an idea, to fabricate something onto the stove to pull more heat into the house. The trailer has a gas forced air furnace, with existing duct work. My idea, is to add a sheet metal box to one side of the stove, or even above it, to collect hot air. Then with the help of some duct fans, pipe it into the existing furnace ducts. My only means of circulating the air now is by a fan in the doorway leading to the porch, but the problem is the doorway is opposite the wood stove. So most of the heat collects at the other end. And it only really warms the living room. The trailer is old, and not very well insulated. I did some on my own, and it has made a rather large difference. I know this will most likely go against a lot of building codes, but I dont want to freeze again this winter, or go through as much wood. If anyone has done this please let me know. The furnace ducts are under the house, so going above of course would get the hotter air, and just require a bit more piping. The back of the stove gets really hot, my idea was to attach some kind of tapered box to it going down to 8-10 duct, and the fan a few feet away to pull the air through. Then run more duct through the skirting, and into the main furnace ducts. I dont use the furnace at all, so it wouldnt be an issue there. I would probably add another fan elsewhere in the system to keep the air flowing well. Any ideas? Any help would be appreciated. I would be centralizing the piping from the stove, so it could be evenly distributed and not just blowing out one vent. I look forward to replies. Thanks!