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Converting from Oil to Natural Gas Heat
I live on Long Island, NY and am about to convert from oil to natural gas heat. I have hot water baseboard heating., two zones with about 2700 sq feet of space. I am reading that a high efficiency furnace like Triangle Tube or Burnham Alpine 95% would not be worth choosing because basebaord hot water requires 180 degrees temp. From what I read the higher efficiency burners are not much more efficient than to 85% efficient burners for baseboard heating. Is this true?
I also read that the elctronic circuits on high efficiencey gas burners are problematic and can take days or even a week to replace, which in the dead of winter is a problem.
If I should go for a 85% efficient then:
Are Burnham gas burners problematic? (Natural grid is offering a good price on them)
If Burnham is not the choice then which make is the most relaible?