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Hi all, I just purchased my first home and am going through my first winter. I've dealt with a self-inflicted flooded boiler, and some annoying water hammer. Next on my list is quieting down the air vents from gurgling and spitting (albeit, just a little), but at least my home is warm. The house was redone before I moved in, and I noticed that copper piping was used by the boiler. I've read Dan's book (We got steam heat!) and know that this is not the correct material. Does anyone have any insights into how long the copper may last, and is it worth it to try replacing immediately?