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Posted by Mike on September 14, 2006 at 06:26:07:
In Reply to: Re: Advice on Boiler Model Replacement posted by HeatPro on September 13, 2006 at 23:46:59:
: You can buy an outdoor reset control for a lot less than 20% more. And you can make almost any boiler system run the circulator constantly by moving a wire from one terminal to another.
: Many installs are done with an outdoor reset control. Buderus is a good boiler, as is Weil and others. One reason Buderus is here selling their less-than 87% AFUE boilers is that they have less sales in Europe now that fuel is so high and most install condensing boilers there.
Thanks for the reply. Is it true that these reset controls actually work to some extent? I mean does that sound correct that using a reset control like you are talking about and the circulators constantly running it could/should potentially reduce our energy consumption while keeping us comfortable all winter?? Or is it really not needed or questionable as to how effective it is? Would someone come in later and say "what did you buy that for - they don't really do anything for you"?
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