how old is the system? i would use caution spending big bucks if bthe
system is old and inefficent.
plus at least with oil you can buy in advance, natural gas your stuck
and its going up too.
does your home have gas already? if not figure in the cost of new line
You want to swap in a complete new boiler, not just the burner.
You can DIY a (____guess BTU size here) for maybe 1 grand to 2 grands.
Add 3 to 4 grand to have someone else do it.
Tank removal/disposal kind of depends on where it is located (in/out)
and lots of local regs. Round number? Add another grand.
Is there some compelling reason to swap?
If you are switching fuels, look at all the options, such as the high
efficiency units. Getting rid of the tank alone can be a few hundred bucks,
but I was able to get rid of a few of them at no cost. Ask around and you
may get lucky.
Be sure to get rid of the fillers though, there have been a few errors with
automatic fills after the tank was removed.
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