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wondering if they did not undersize my boiler
a company replaced my old boiler by a lochinvar solution 75000 btu and now, it seems that if it is really cold, it can not reach the temp. i have about 130 feet of radiator. i set the temp to 65 at night, at 5AM i raise it to 71 and if it is cold outside, at 9 AM it is still not passed 68 in the house (i have three zones, about 2100sqft and the temp is managed the same on the three zones) now the tech tells me i should leave the same temp all the time, because it is a two stage boiler, it would be efficient. why did they install programmable thermostats then? did they put a boiler too small? i think the older one was 90000 btu.
if anyone has comment/advise or whatever else, anything at this point is welcome.