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    Boiler/Radiant heat

    Wondering what brands guys have been using and happy with?? Will need to propane about 105,000 BTU's Radiant in floor in house and in concrete of new garage and new basement, been getting prices and suggestions all over the board from different plumbers everyone suggests different brand?? WTH?? Some say do a wall mount and some say not!!! My head is spinning at this point and not sure what direction to go thks in advance...

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    Yes, there are many brands of boilers out there.

    Just like with tractors, trucks, etc. the item is only as good as the dealer and their service after the sale.

    I would suggest looking more at the contractors than the boilers themselves. A reputable contractor will have a long term relationship with their supplier and will have a track record with a certain brand usually.

    So evaluate the contractor equally with the boilers themselves. Find a contractor that makes you feel comfortable and has proven experience, then go with the brand they recommend.

    I spent many years in the wholesale plumbing/heating supply house business. A good contractor is worth their weight in gold. They will only sell you what they believe in and have the support behind it.
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    we built a shop 40x64, 12 years ago and used a Baxi HT 330 other than a different thermostat it's been trouble free. 98.3 % efficient at low fire.Click image for larger version. 

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    Wow 98.3 !!! Doesn't get much better than that!!! Are those rolls of paper on the wall sweat rags??? cuz it's so warm in their!!!! lol
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