12:29AM | 05/01/04
Member Since: 02/22/04
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I need to replace my 40year old boiler.

A plumber came and recommended a 140btu lennox gas boiler. Anyone had any experience with this? whats the rating of this boiler? should i accept his advice or look for a better boiler?

plumber Tom

05:22PM | 05/01/04
Member Since: 05/10/03
801 lifetime posts
I have never heard of a lennox boiler per sey. Furnace yes, Boiler NO. Some choices to make and research are : Well McClain (top of the line in the industry) And Crown Boiler Co. Crown can give you an AFUE of around 82% which is pretty darn efficient. Your heating pro should perform a heat-loss calculation to ensure you are not over or undersized. You may not necessarily need that amount of btu's because the boilers out there now are much more efficient then your 40 year old.


08:34PM | 05/01/04
Member Since: 02/22/04
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this is a furnace actually to heat my house. i have baseboard heat.

i did get the literature on it after i posted the message. its above an 80% efficiency.

I think its good and i am going to make a decision in about a week.



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