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Posted by Chancelund on June 04, 2008 at 09:08:12:
In Reply to: Re: Clueless in NJ needs to understand the difference between oil burners.. posted by HeatPro on June 03, 2008 at 21:05:52:
Thank you for your help. We will check on our insulation. The house was build in 1950 and has been pretty well maintained. I believe it was reinsulated when we had the central air put in.
It also sounds like we might need a smaller boiler, from what you are saying. I might have a third person come in and tell us what they think.
If given similiar advice by the third contractor, (We live in NJ and the Burnham is made in Lancaster, PA - so they seem to be popular around here) Is the MPO system that much better? We plan on staying in the house, so we are not looking at putting in the cheapest oil burner, but the one that will serve us best over the long haul. On the other hand, if the energy rating seems to be so close that we can't understand if it even makes a differece. It is about $1000. difference and from what I think you said the MPO could have up to a 4% fuel savings.
The salesman are saying it is better, but who knows if they are just jabbering. In your opinion, is the MPO a better system?
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