In fairness to all, we don't discuss pricing on the Wall. Thanks for your cooperation.
I am looking to switch to natural gas. I currently have a 20 year old oil burner (also does hot water). Brick House built in 1901, replacement windows upstairs, attic has insulation (and is a living space), down stairs has original windows with storm windows.
I just got a quote to put in a slant fin Victory VSPH or Lynx Combi. The VSPH (86%) is for $5,080 (with hot water heater installed) and the Lynx (92%) is for $6,575 (tankless hotwater heater).
The lower efficient one has a 25 year warranty and the high efficient one has a 15 year warranty.
What should I chose? I probably wont be in this house forever and I would like to stop paying 2,800 a year in oil.
I am also worried about the life of the boiler. Aluminium verses Cast Iron etc.
Here are the links to the boilers: