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Knowing very little, I googled for a new boiler recommendation and I wasn't satisfied with the information I was finding, somehow I wound up here. I'm building new construction (2,800 sq. ft) on Long Island and I'm using radiant heating throughout, with white oak floors. I'm going with a direct vent boiler (no chimney) and separate hot water holding tank. My contractor recommends the slant fin Lynx but I wanted to verify if this is a good unit or if I could do better. I have read about Buderus, Triangle tube, Veissman, Peerless and others but getting mixed information. I know proper installation is key and want to make sure all the extra "peripheral" parts are installed that some installers or contractors may leave off to save money. My desires are probably like most, energy efficient, quiet, reliable, and easy to maintain and get serviced. BTW, I'm using LP gas so It's easier to convert to natural gas when it eventually (hopefully) gets extended from down the street. So with that said, and assuming I gave enough info, what would be a good choice?
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