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Our nat gas boiler was red-tagged this week so we are in the market for a new one. With snow today we don't want to drag this on any longer. AFter several quotes we've narrowed it down to Viessmann Vitodens 100 or the Slant/Fin Victory VSPH150.
2 Viessmann contractors both thought we were right on the edge between 100 & 200. Since we have a gas fireplace on mainfloor & plan to replace windows, 100 will probably (?) do the job.
Does anyone have an opinion on either of these? With gov't rebates the price is essentially the same for both. Warranty is a little better on the Slant/Fin. Slant/Fin has been described as a work horse. Viessmann may be more costly to fix - more like a German luxury car.
Eventually plan to finish basement and put in radiant floor heat. Rest of the house is cast iron rads. House is about 80 years old.
Thanks for your thoughts.