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Does "Short Cycling" on a new steam boiler have a negative effect on the lifespan of the boiler?
I am a tenant in an apartment building. The landlord installed a new boiler to replace an ancient, high maintenance, old boiler. The new boiler "short cycles". (10-15 short cycles over the span of 45-60 minutes to raise the apartment temperature 3-4 degrees.) I believe this is costing me extra money to run this new boiler, but I also fear the owner of the building will face a problem of a decrease in the expected lifespan of this new boiler.
Thus my question: Does "short cycling" do damage to a new boiler and left unchecked, will this lessen the lifespan of the boiler?