I read a fair number of posts related to heating system sizing. I always read the same info, every unit always seems to be 2 or 3 or more time the size it needs to be.
That I can accept, but what I don't understand is that there doesn't seems to be many appropriate sized heat units for the typical home and even less of a selection for a small home. The only units that seem to be capable of being properly sized are modulating condensing gas units. Even then the only ones that seem to be sized correctly would generally be the smallest size from just about any mfg.
Are there any oil fired boilers in the 40k BTU range?
Seems like a rant to me, and it is, but just trying to see if I am missing something.