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Converting from Oil to HE Gas - WM unit recommendation
I'm in the final stages of planning my switch from my 50+ year old oil unit (it originally did coal then one of the previous owners put an oil burner in it) to a HE natrual gas unit. The contractor I want to work with - I have 2 personal references and he has the best prices - gave me quotes for weil-mclain units:
- WM97 (+$1000)
- ultra105000 (+$1750)
I'm looking for opinions on these units. I was leaning towards the GV90 until I saw this thread (http://www.heatinghelp.com/forum-thread/146798/W-M-GV-90) so I thought I would just ask outright.
System wise, I have a small, single-zone home that I need to heat. The current system is gravity operated with copper radiators.
The ultra seams a little too pricey but I would consider it if the quality is there.