Posted by micki and denny on September 25, 2001 at 22:09:44:
Our house was built in 1900, our hot water radiators are original as far as we know. Our gas fired,electronic ignition hot water boiler was purchased in 1980, we also have a manual for a honeywell intermittent piolet gas burner ignition system,....over the 12 years we have lived here, we have done basically nothing in the way of maintenance, except for bleeding them. In order for the radiators to heat up hot enough to warm our house, the thermostate has to be on at least 80 degrees, or the radiators don't get hot, just slightly warm. What can two non-handy people, with a budget so tight there is no extra cash,do to help this old system work more efficiently, or is this the way they are suppose to work ? Last winter our heat bills rose to 600.00 for ONE month, NO JOKE< help !!
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