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need help switching for oil to gas
I am trying to figure out is the best decision. I am switching from oil to gas, and had a contractor come in suggested a weilMclain GV90 stay with the water heater that i have now which is from 2009. I also have another contractor saying that the new way to go is the Navian Combi unit CH210 ASME which would mean i need to remove that water boiler. Space is not a issue and both are around the same price to do all the work that needs to be done. Which is a better option? do i just replace the heater or go with a new system. The warranty is much different on both but does that make a huge difference I am a new homeowner and want to get the best bang for my buck but want to get a quality product.
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