In fairness to all, we don't discuss pricing on the Wall. Thanks for your cooperation.
As we move into the New England heating season, I'm looking for advice. Up until this year, I've had an oil-fired hydronic system, so I've been used to the house heat up very quickly when I turn up the thermostat (180 degree water to the radiators). Since my new modcon system (Vitodens 100 with outdoor reset) will generally be sending lower temperature water to the radiators, does this mean that I should expect it will take longer to raise the temperature in the house?
I've done a careful heat loss analysis and emitter output analysis, and have set the boiler curve accordingly, but it seems amazing to me that, for example, my house will stay comfortably warm on a 32-degree day, with 113-degree water flowing in the radiators. My house has a single heating zone, and is mostly Beacon/Morris convectors, plus one room with baseboard.