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Hey Steamhead-

Dave_4 Member Posts: 1,405
Hey Steamhead-
You know we've got those two boilers servicing our house (one supplies the first floor, the other serves the rest of the house)- both are the same size and each one is more than large enough to handle the load for the whole house. With my rough calculations, I couldn't detect any significant saving last year from being able to setback the first floor differently from the second&third. I love the idea of connecting the entire load to one boiler to save on the gas bill BUT:
*I don't have a clue if the cost of the near boiler repipe will outweigh any benefits.
*I don't know if the remaining life of the boilers (limited) would make it a waste.

Without discussing cost (probably too many variables to consider, anyway) do you have any from the hip thoughts about this? Worth a shot? Asking for trouble?


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