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gas gun on existing oil burner or new gas boiler
I have an efm 26 year old oil burner and want to convert to gas. I was told because I have large cast radiators in our old Victorian 2900 square foot home we would not be able to get a condensing high efficiency boiler due to the fact that it would not be able to force enough water through all our radiators. My next step was to either convert our current boiler or get an eighty to eighty five percent efficient new gas boiler. My question is will it be worth the cost to get a new boiler verse converting the old. Are we talking a couple hundred dollars a year saved or more like five hundred or more dollars a year saved. I am so confused, I was set on the high efficient models but now that I cant go that direction i am considering saving the money and just putting the gun on our current boiler,
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