So, as I sit here freezing, as usual, I want to know why the heating is always on the outside walls of the building. It would seem so much more energy efficient, and warmer, if the heating was located along the inside walls instead. We had a wood stove in my childhood, located in the middle of the house, and it sure as heck did a better job heating the place than the baseboard type heaters we have here in the apartment. Yes, wood stoves do run hotter than the heaters usually do, but I'm not too sure it would have worked quite so well if it was tucked away along an outside wall somewhere. I dunno, it just would seem that more heat would stay within the building if the heaters were located on an inside wall, rather than simply being soaked out the outside wall.