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Complete new system on small house
New poster, long time reader. Competent DIYer with experience in many construction fields. First time home owner, 1911 colonial that was foreclosed on in Minnesota. The old hydronic system needs to be completely replaced. I am going to be doing all the work myself (hopefully ), much to the dismay of many of you but keep that in mind. I have access to pros who will help me if I run into any questions running my lines. What I'm hoping to learn from the knowledgeable people on the forum is what boiler/system to go with. I like the idea of combi systems and have looked into the TT's and Navien's but am beginning to to think that it is not as good a deal for me. Having a 1300 square foot 2 story house it's just not going to save me enough money to go that efficient. Heal loss is between 52,440 and 40,760 btuh, depending on what quote I use. I have just purchased CI rads that will produce 48,066 and am open to adding more. Do I go with something like a WM CGi 66,000 and indirect hot water or is something like the Navien NBC-180 going to be ok. It's just the wife myself and the dog, and that's how it's going to stay. One shower, dishwasher and laundry. Plenty of room and access for all heating equipment (I already have lots of walls torn out from rewriting the house) Any input from you all would be great, thanks!
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