Hot water or steam? For either, see http://www.heatinghelp.com /
"The Wall" is a forum and "Find a Contractor" may help you find a local
qualified heating contractor (which can make or break a system regardless
of hardware brand).
David Efflandt - All spam ignored http://www.de-srv.com /
If its an older house and it was insulated, have an hvac pro do a heat loss and find
the new temperature design of the existing radiant/baseboard heat. If they tell you
is a 'standard', then they are too lazy or stupid and don't let them put in anything
you. You have to KNOW the required designed temperature for your home and as I said,
could have changed with an older home that is now insulated.
If the company knows this information then they know about the rest of the system and
Don't buy these super high efficiency units without this information. These units do
have these claimed efficiency's after 140 degrees F. After 140F they can't condense
they return to a normal efficient unit.
I do NOT like Weil McLain, they have had problems for years and still deny that they
having problems. I have had many claims even with the Gold series. I like the Crown
iron boilers. I have not had a single warranty issue and not a single repair on them.
come both natural draft and power vented. Now, if your talking oil, I would defiantly
a service contract, the higher efficient units a few years back had problems with
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