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Combustion air for power burner?
Hoping to dramatically tighten up the envelop in my boiler room this summer. Heretofore, a large, leaky barn-door led directly to a (defunct) coal bin under the front porch. I'll also be replacing a woefully inadequate door under our Belco doors.
We recently installed a new steam boiler with a Carlin EZ gas burner. I asked our installer at the time about the effect insulating might have on combustion and his solution was essentially "don't insulate the boiler room."
I wasn't going to try to argue the point. anybody know if there's an aftermarket solution here to supply the power burner with combustion air? The house will be by no means air tight, but I'd rather be safe.