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Posted by Mike on October 03, 2005 at 10:43:09:
I'm replacing my gas boiler. My water heater is old and will need to be replaced soon. I have some advice to put in an indirect water heater using the boiler's heat. Someone else told me that's not a good idea because in the non-heating season the boiler will be firing and the excess BTUs will be wasted. Who's right? Also if the boiler is firing during the summer won't some of the heat gravitate to the radiators and make the house hotter yet? I live in Minnesota. Thanks.
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