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I am trying to prove whether my new boiler was adequately sized for my house. Installer has increased water temperature twice to where it is now at 200 degrees. From what I have read, this defeated the purpose of installing a high efficiency boiler. The unit is a Carrier BW9 100'000 BTU with a Triangle Tube indirect water heater. I have been told that to figure the heating load, add up the lineal feet of fin tube baseboard & multiply by 580. To me,that would only be correct if the baseboard was installed correctly. Is there a way for me to figure out heat requirements or should it be done by a professional?