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Weil McLain Or Burnham V8 What Should I Get??

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My HVAC contractor gave me a choice between 2 oil fired boilers. I will have 2 zones one is hydronic air and the other zone will be radiant floor he is also going to install reillo burner on what ever I choose

what is a better boiler

Weil McLain or Burnham v8 series

im not having indirect wh

thanks

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  • Leo
    Leo Member Posts: 770
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    My Choice

    I prefer the Burnham, I just don't like WM. I have to be honest though, your question is like asking what is better, a Ford or Chevy.

    Leo
  • Ken_8
    Ken_8 Member Posts: 1,640
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    I feel the same,

    They're both excellent boilers, but I would lean towards the W/M.

    Perhaps the contractor should make the call? They are within a few bucks of each other so the boiler cost would have no impact on his choice. Assuming he'll be the one servicing it over time, let him call the brand.

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  • ernie_3
    ernie_3 Member Posts: 191
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    good post

    If you're looking for technical advantages of one over another, I don't beleive you'll find em'. This is an opinion type post. I prefer W/M for serviceability and their proven track record. The Riello is an excellent choice for either application. I've sold both oil and gas fired W/M & Burnham. For gas I'd go Burnham. For oil I'd go Weil. I'm curious to read other opinions regarding this
    'choice'.
  • Robert O'Connor_7
    Robert O'Connor_7 Member Posts: 688
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    Which boiler??

    Go with the W/M...Robert O'Connor/NJ
  • Jason_10
    Jason_10 Member Posts: 2
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    thanks for the info i just want a boiler that will last and i dont want leaks thanks
  • bob young
    bob young Member Posts: 2,177
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    Peerless # 1 , burnham # 2 for oil. gas burnham # 1 ,2 and 3
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