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General Outdoor Furnace Discussion / Is bigger better?
« on: August 17, 2019, 07:47:28 PM »
So, after a long hiatus. I'm looking at a owb again. Called Heatmaster, polar and cb. CB is the closest, then polar and then Heatmaster.

I live in Delaware, have a 1600ish sqft house, and in a neighborhood, there are no regs restricting a owb.

That being said, I'm looking at the small units from all three. However all the dealers recommended the next up such as the g200, g2+ and the edge 550 since that's what they normally sell.  Besides the cost difference, would having a too big of a owb create an issue due to long dwell times between fireing? My thoughts are that the small units will run more, which would keep things hot and gassing. I'm ok with the oil picking up slack if needed, I just don't want a smoking mess if this makes any sense.

Regulations / Where to find the rules
« on: November 12, 2017, 11:28:27 AM »
I'm researching the possibility of getting a boiler and having a difficult time finding anything about them for my area, I live in Dover DE, The epa site sent me to my county site, and that has the entire code book. Which section should I be looking in? Any pointers would be helpful.

There are a few boilers around me, not a lot but they do exist.

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