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Most reliable radiant boiler?
Exploring boiler options for new home in rural setting where storms frequently knock out power during the heating season. In scanning the internet for information, the reliability of mod/cons in this country and the UK raised some concerns. One source has told me the most reliable boiler would be a non condensing, standing pilot cast iron----has a proven track record. Yes, its not as efficient, but when its below zero, reliability is vital. It would be located in a utility room where I could provide outside combustion air. Am thinking about wiring the system so I could plug it into an inverter and run off storage batteries during outages. Appreciate all thoughts.