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We have a vacation condo in northern New Hampshire. Up that way, we have very few choices of contractors who work with propane. Our supplier, Irving, will likely need to do the work (though I am still checking). The condo is about 2,000 sf with a boiler and indirect hot water tank. The tank failed this weekend and we were informed the boiler is 26 years old. Having had multiple issues over time with it, we've decided to replace both. The boiler room is in a storage area under the stairs that is entered through my daughter's bedroom. The current system leaks and sometimes has an odor. Replacing it seems to be the best way to go.
The proposed boilers from Irving are a Pure Pro Advangtage AGDV5-HP or a Weil-McLean GV90+ 4. From what I have read, it seems the Pure Pro is a cast iron system with 84% efficiency and the WM is steel and cast iron with 91% efficiency. Both have been proposed to be paired with a Superstor Ultra In-Direct Water tank.
I plan to call and talk to the salesman and have some questions, but was hoping for some additional advice on what else to ask. I am looking for a unit that is quiet, since it is off a bedroom. I am curious why it is not paired with the matching Pure Pro water tank if we went in that direction. The proposal has no sizing information, so I will be asking for that. Is there anything else I am missing?
The area that houses the boiler has a ceiling height of 5 feet, so it is a tough space to work in. The baseboard heating system has three zone. In addition, our condo association requires the addition of antifreeze to the system as needed every few years. I hope that this provides enough information and thank you for any assistance you can provide.