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Re: Galaxy Boiler

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Posted by Todd Weber on June 23, 2008 at 17:46:12:

In Reply to: Re: Galaxy Boiler posted by HeatPro on June 15, 2008 at 23:06:40:

: : Can you tell me if a Galaxy GG-75H boiler is , #1 a good boiler?

: +++ Slant/Fin thinks so, and the suppliers that sell it to contractors think so, that's why they make it.

: And #2. is it big enough to heat a 900 square foot bungalow with a same size basement with radiators in basement too. Small house I know.
: http://www.slantfincanada.com/documents/165.pdf

: +++ As a new house is insulated well since the 1992 minimum insulation standards, a boiler that can emit 60,000 btuh would heat a 2000 square foot house. If your house is uninsulated, it would still heat it. A question to ask yourself is why you would pay twice as much for heat than is necessary by living in an uninsulated house and wasting so much energy
: OR
: why you would pick a boiler that is more than twice as large as necessary if it is insulated?

: Have an estimate done before you buy, don't live with the handicap of square feet and cubic head.

: http://www.heatpro.us/duct/squareft.htm

Personally I have installed alot of Slant Finn and Crown boilers over the past 2 winters and loved both of them. Another thought is if you are doing hot water baseboard look into the Triangle Tube Prestige wall hung boiler it runs at 95% if installed properly.

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