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Changing to gas - two bids, which one??
I'm applying for a Mass Save loan that will finance switching from oil to gas at 0% interest. I currently have steam/radiators - new Smith boiler, house needs at least two more radiators and oil tank is old. Needs replacing. House is small, approx 1200 sq ft and built in 1890. Exterior walls will be insulated and attic will be insulated and sealed as part of the Loan requirement.
Option 1 (contractor #1 - decent reviews on Angie's List): Vitodens 100 W gas fired wall mount condensing boiler (95%AFUE) with the european-style wall radiators (excuse my lack of expertise!) $17k OR
Option 2 (contractor #2 - need references - only one review I can find and it was not someone who contracted them but who lived in a building they did work in). One Smith 93% GC160 Wall Mounted Gas Fired Condensing Boiler and 110’ of Haydon Hydronic Baseboard Set up on (2) Two Zones Along Outside Perimeter - $13750
Sorry about the all caps. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.