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Indirect tank proximity to boiler
I currently have a 1 year old Buderus G115 boiler with the Logamatic. My 40 gallon electric HW tank is almost dead and I'm considering replacing it with an indirect. Got a quote on a Buderus S120 tank. My current electric is next to the boiler on one side of the house with no hot water needs. I'm considering having the indirect placed 40 ft away from the boiler so it is under the kitchen and bathrooms. Any thoughts on whether this is advisable? I'd loose some efficiency from the long boiler water run, but gain from the shorter domestic water run, plus I'd get hot water faster from the faucets. Additionally, the contractor says the 32 gal S120 will provide plenty of water to replace the 40 gal electric. Do you agree? Two people live here in Maryland. Thanks.
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