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Empyre elite, woodmaster flex, or central boiler

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by ctnative, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. ctnative

    ctnative New Member

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    Just when I thought I was sold on the technology behind the Empyre Elite OWB I read the EPA list of clean hydronic heaters and saw that they list the Woodmaster flex fuel and Central Boiler units as cleaner burning then the Empyre. Anyone have any thoughts, advice, or first hand knowledge on choosing between them? I'm planning on putting an OWB just outside my attached garage and connecting to my existing baseboard heat and domestic hot water (which is currently heated by a Weil Mclain oil funace with a Amtrol indirect water heater) and subsequently adding some sort of heat into my attached garage and then heating my hot tub and above ground pool with the same OWB (the pool only durring the summer months when the house doesn't need the heat :) As I've read an important factor in deciding is on the local retailer/installers who will be doing the install and subsequently maintaining the system. To that end I am in Canton CT 06019 if anyone has any information on the local retailers/installers in my area. Thanks in advance for your information and reply's.

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