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Mod CON? Or Power vent 85%?
Converting from oil to gas. Have a couple of options. I can get a burnham 94% mod con for $600 after rebates, or a power vent "old school" for $1000. Either one will have an indirect for HW. I have slant fin baseboard, which I have heard wont make the mod con condense properly. I still have heard good results though. I have 2 zones. 1st floor has 50k BTU of fin(100ft) and 2nd floor has 25k BTU of fin(50 ft). Thoughts??? I feel like going with the modcon as I believe it will condense at times, but even when its not, will still be at about 88%. Its also cheaper. Would like some honest thoughts....BTW, I am not reusing the old chimney, hence the power vent model.