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Burnham ESC vs. Combi Wall Hung
I'm looking at a renovation where the homer owner is removing the existing chimney to make way for a kitchen renovation. Here is the question, I'm proposing a pairing a Burnham ESC boiler with a Super Store SSU-45 indirect storage tank for domestic. On the heat side I need 140,000 input / 120,000 output . Two full baths, washing machine, dishwasher, laundry sink, and a proposed 3rd full bath in the future. I'm also looking at the Navien NCB 240 combination condensing wall hung boiler. 120,000 net for the heat and a max of 4.5 G.P.M. at a 77 degree rise for domestic. I'm also toying with the idea of using two separate Navien's, one for heat only and one for domestic I'm looking for all opinions on this post. I'm somewhat of a traditional old timer and if it were not for the removal of the chimney, the existing Weil-Mclain CG boiler and 50 gallon gas water heater I installed seven years ago are working flawlessly. What would you do? Regards, and thanks Bob.
P.S.- Family consist of a Mom and two teenagers, one boy / one girl.