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John MillsJohn Mills Member Posts: 745
What's the view of these things as a basic hot water boiler for a baseboard job? Our Burnham supplier sells them for OOODLES less than a Series 2 for example. Since most HOs are price sensitive, any reason not to go with them? Seem as well built with good controls. 


  • YorkietomYorkietom Member Posts: 7

    Hello, I am a heating professional in Maine and have seen my share of new yorkers and I hate to bash a company but they arent known for their quality or for their lifespan, for the most part you will get what you pay for and it goes the same for a burnham, from my point of view go with a triple pass boiler with a good reputation like a biasi,

    good luck

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