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Posted by Steve on April 2nd, 2003 04:47 PM
In reply to Replacing Oil Furnace by B. Barbaro on March 18th, 2002 09:36 AM [Go to top of thread]

OK, Forced hot water furnace, A furnace is usually forced hot air. You have a boiler I am assuming. Radiators or baseboard heat. If it is 20 yrs old there is a lot of retro fitting that must be done, such as new circular pumps or zone valves etc. Is it oil fired or gas? Oil is usually more expensive initally to install. But to answer your question, without actually seeing what you have, that does sound reasonable. Weil-Mclain is top of the line . I work for a contractor in the Northeast, and that is what we use. But it never hurts to get some additional estimates

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