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Old 06-20-2014, 11:52 AM  
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Default burnham pv8h3 or Peeress wbv4

Please let me know in your experoence which is a better boiler
Pro/Cons if any.
Hot water tankless coil
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http://www.supplyhouse.com/Burnham-P...ess-Burner-Oil

On efficiency, this one

Series WBV/WV™Boiler Features
■ Up to 87.5% AFUE—ENERGY STAR®Efficient*!

is slightly better so your fuel cost/year will be slightly less. After many years the second choice will be better.


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Not quite sure which one to go with , it's all so very confusing.Another question for Buners Carlin or Beckett?

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Dont know the answer to your question ether but others will be checking in and should offer advice.

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Not quite sure which one to go with
How best to solve this problem? What info on each do you have so far?
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Nothing except for what you sent so far...

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Nothing except for what you sent so far...
With what you know so far, what's your choice?

If you need more info and interpretation of that info, what info and interpretation would that be?

I just have that feeling that I will learn a lot in this thread.
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I am leaning towards the Peerless for I know a few people that have them and they have not had any trouble with them. As for the burner I think I am going with a beckett burner for that's the type of burner I have now on my Well Mclain. It really is a tough decision. My old boiler lasted 30
years . I am going to keep digging and researching the Peerless any thoughts...

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My old boiler lasted 30
years .
With things being designed by computer nowadays the new stuff will probably last one month past warranty. Human designers are less certain of themselves so they put in a lot of safety factors.

My furnace is from '82 but I have kept it going because I don't want new, computer-controlled hardware because I will not be able to repair it.

http://www.google.com/search?client=...UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
From $500 to $4600 for a Beckett, a 9:1 ratio. . .good Gawd!
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I wish my old boiler still worked 30 years no problems. I am really disapointed that more people have not chimed in with their opinions, thank you for your replys. On the burnham pv8h3 or Peeress wbv4
and also the Carlin or Beckett burner.



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