I've got an hvac job to change over my heatpump forced air heat to natural
gas hydronic forced air for a 3800 sq ft home, we are also doing indirect
domestic water via an extra zone.
I need opinions between:
peerless pinnace PI-199 (183MBH, 92%)
weil mcclean ultra 155 or 230 (139/207MBH), 92%
munchkin 199M (183MBH), 92%
all seem to be the top-of-line, modulating boilers.
I plan to live in the home for at least 15 years if not forever. I'm looking
for a quality
unit, easy to service by pros, not too proprietary etc... If they are all
same, i'd go for the lowest of them.
I've heard weil mcclean had a leaking onto circuit board problem that has
The other question is a sanity check on the quote.
new boiler, indirect tank, new coils for attic and basement air handlers,
ducts, pressure tanks to buffer against town water (code requirement),
2 a/c compressors to an alternate spot way from a window. 13K$.
I did not post in alt.hvac, but i hope that maybe some of the pros there can
me decide which boiler is my best bet for low hassle.
thanks alot in advance.