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radiand and dhw equipment

mi1963mi1963 Member Posts: 1
Hi Guys-

I am building a new 1666 sq ft home on LI NY.

The house is very well insulated and has radiant heat throughout. I am using propane for fuel, and need to be able to fill a whirlpool soaking tub. I need some ideas for heat and hot water.



  • Robert O'BrienRobert O'Brien Member Posts: 2,834

    I'd go with a Vitodens and whatever size indirect needed. Don' tover size the boiler to handle the domestic,oversize the indirect to make up any recovery shortfall
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  • Jim GodboutJim Godbout Member Posts: 49

    Agree it is most sustainable boiler

    I would use 200 for greatest benefit

    Indirect sized for tub is best option, don,t oversize boiler

    Good luck
    Jim Godbout
  • AlexSAlexS Member Posts: 69

    I put one in my own home... love it.
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