first year of new boiler..and the savings are....


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Old 12-23-09, 12:21 PM
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first year of new boiler..and the savings are....

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I know calendar year may not be the best way to calculate this but I thought it was quick and easy and since i got the boiler the 3rd week of december 2008, i thought calendar 2009 would be way to compare. And Jan/Feb 2009 were some of the coldest months ever around here. Someday i can do degree day stuff but unsure when.

at 349 gallons less this year I'm pretty happy. todays price is 2.64 x 349=921 bucks! At this rate i have less than a 10 year payback. Quicker if oil shoots up of course. I cant wait to update this in December 2010

http://forum.doityourself.com/boiler...r-install.html is the new setup for those interested.

sorry the things didnt line up well but this forum doesnt have the code option and otherwise i dont know how to make it look better
 

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Old 12-23-09, 02:46 PM
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Not bad. About 25% with just a burner change. Good job.
 
 

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