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My wife and I have a 1700 SF house in Maine. Open concept with vaulted ceilings. Insulation is good except for the fact that the walls are only 2x4 construction. Also, house is pretty well sealed (vented properly too). We use a wood stove as a primary heat source and have a system in place to circulate air that gets trapped at the ceilings to the colder parts of the house. We are a three person family and the house is 2.5 baths. We only need the boiler as a back up really.. for the nighttime, when we go out for the day or are on vacation.. basically anytime the wood stove goes out. We don't move the thermostat up past 55 during the winter as the wood stove does the trick. My question is... we need to replace the current oil fired boiler and have no idea what to get. Any recommendations for our situation would be greatly appreciated. We are open to different options for heating our domestic water as well...i.e. tankless. Thanks everyone!
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