In fairness to all, we don't discuss pricing on the Wall. Thanks for your cooperation.
Do people really change anodes?
We moved into a house with a 10 year old Bock 32e Oil Fired waterheater. The previous owners were numbskulls, and very little maintenance was done, but the unit seems like it is in good shape and we had the burner serviced this summer.
I'm thinking about replacing the two anodes at $47.00/ea - is this a good idea or should I just leave well enough alone?
2001 Weil McLain SGO-3 Steam Boiler/Beckett AFG oil burner. Vaporstat running at 1.0psi max. Single-pipe, counterflow system (w/near-boiler drips) connected to 8 radiators heating 1400sq/ft (2 stories) in Central NJ, built in 1915. Bock 32e Oil-Fired H/W heater w/Wayne burner. Lots to do and getting there slowly.