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Posted by Equinox Builders, LLC on April 18, 2006 at 17:07:30:
I'm currently rehabbing a 600 sq ft 2 bed 1 bath lake cottage in NH that is part of a condo association. Converting to 4 season. I can reuse a yr. old 50 gal propane fired American waterheater with a heat exchanger to cover both the dhw as well as infloor radiant if and only if the association grants me twin propane 100lb bottles. I can spend a bit more money and take suggestions from past posts and go with a munchkin/ergomax setup. My question is if I don't/can't use propane, and have to go the oil route, what is the most compact setup.(Smith 3section w/coil)? I have room under the cottage in the crawl space for 275g tank on it's belly then ergomax then what oil boiler?? Am I even going in the right direction. I'd like to direct vent, but don't have to. If I go Smith, I'll put in a metalbestos ss flue.
Oh yeah place will be well insulated aside from all glass wall facing lake.
Thank you in advance
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