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Sorry for the cross post but this deserves a new thread...

roadsessionroadsession Posts: 3Member
(Sorry for the cross post but this deserves a new thread...)



Thanks everyone for your very helpful replies to my previous post.



I've decided to go FULL boat and replace with a new gas furnace.

So my question is the following. The current oil burner is rated at 129 MBH. The house is very tight, new windows, well insulated, 3,000 Sqft - and I know the previous owners - the house was nice and warm during winter.



If I convert to gas, and buy through national grid with their fantastic rebates, I'm thinking of going with a high efficiency unit. My choices are:



Burnham Freedom Forced Hot Water

HE Cast Aluminum

Condensing Wall Hung Boiler

Input 120,000, AFUE:95.2% Equipment price of $2,680





OR



Burnham Alpine Forced Hot

Water HE Stainless

Steel Condensing

Input 150,000, AFUE: 96%; Equipment Price $3,196



Which one do you guys recommend?

Comments

  • Paul48Paul48 Posts: 4,492Member
    Stainless

    You're always better off with a stainless heat exchanger. Just check that you're not buying leftover stock of a discontinued boiler.
  • gennadygennady Posts: 761Member
    heat loss

    Do not go with size of existing boiler, o not go with installed radiation, have installer do heat loss. You might get surprised with results.
    Gennady Tsakh



    Absolute Mechanical Co. Inc.

    www.AbsoluteMechanicalCoInc.com
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