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oil fired hot water heater vs indirect off boiler ??
I posted in here about upgrading my boiler,
have another question regarding if i wanted the most efficient setup.
right now it's a 103k btu burnham boiler with 30 gal bock indirect tank.
thinking of replacing the 25 year old boiler with a new one around 70k btu, or whatever the smallest one is. that being said i can either continue to use my bock 30 gallon indirect with the new boiler, or chose to get a new oil-fired boiler.
In the long run which would be the most efficient and use the least amount of oil?
house is 2 floor colonial built late 80's, calculated 45k - 50k btuh heat loss for the house at 70° dtd. house as new windows and siding, it's fairly tight. realistically it's probably around 40k btuh once i replace the front/rear doors.