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Re: Triangle Tube, Weil-McLean, or Lennox?

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Posted by Leonard Poulin on October 16, 2007 at 09:18:30:

In Reply to: Triangle Tube, Weil-McLean, or Lennox? posted by Mirella Stroink on October 12, 2006 at 22:21:02:

: I have received quotes from 3 installers for a new high-efficiency natural gas boiler for a 2000 sq ft house. Two recommended a brand that I have not seen anyone mention here, and can't find any independent reviews on - the Triangle Tube Prestige stainless steel boiler (www.triangletube.com). Both companies would also install a Weil-McLean Ultra high efficiency boiler, and the third recommended a Lennox (built by Dunkirk) that has 90% efficiency compared to 94% for the other two.

: Does anyone have any experience with the Triangle Tube, or any knowledge of one of these brands being better/worse than the others? The quoted prices weren't greatly different, and I mainly want to choose a good, reliable brand. Any advice would be appreciated! Thank you.

I am in the exact same dilemna. I talked to the factory sales rep (David Cohen, 781 341-0404)for Triangle Tube re: the Prestige Solo 110 vs. the much lower priced Munchkin or the Lochinvar Knight. He was very convincing about the stainless steel heat exchanger design being superior, sort of self cleaning with more water mass and less short cycling.

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