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I bought a Weil-Mclain Ulta 80 boiler and hot water tank system that was installed by a local heating company before last winter and we have experienced several issues. I live in western ny where it can be near zero temperatures for a couple weeks during winter. When it gets this cold the boiler will not heat the house to the thermostat temperature. It drops several degrees and will never 'catch up'. At times when it falls behind, it feels like there is a ton of heat coming out of our baseboards and at other times very little. This seems strange to me. If it warms up 10-15 degrees outside the house will get back up to normal temperature.
The boiler has been efficient as heck but we replaced a 30 year old boiler that would send out some serious heat. We replaced the windows the same year as the boiler but it still seems cooler in our house on very cold nights than when we had the old boiler and thin and inefficient windows.
PS: When the boiler was first installed the whole house was getting scalding hot water (even the cold water lines were warm) so they first replaced the temperature gague on the water tank and then the whole water tank. We get inconsistent water temperatures at times - typically on colder nights (my hw lines are insulated and not very long).