The boiler with Beckett AF burner was here when I moved in. I assume
the HE stands for high efficiency, but what was that 20 years ago? I
could keep this boiler going for a long time, but wanted to check if
it's worth it to replace with new. The Weil-McLain website has a
calculator but doesn't have the info I need. It shows a 78% default
efficiency; going from this to 86% or so saves me a little over $200/
year (at $2.40/gallon). Seems like that'll take quite a while to
recoup at a boiler equipment only cost of over 2 grand.
Gas, Oil, solar and renewable service and installation in Devon UK- Please note my advice is not based on USA regulations as I am UK resident. Therefore I will try to avoid posting where confusion may be caused or make that clear.