I am thinking about switching to pellet heat.. I have a 10 year old Tarm XL2000 wood boiler. I have gone from cutting, splitting and hauling to paying and stacking and now pellets are looking very attractive. I have a 660 gal STSS buffer tank with DHW coil which allowed me to run a full load of wood thru the Tarm and charg the tank for a day of heat in the coldest weather in my 2000 square foot home in upstate NY. I am thinking that I could just install a Kedel 100K unit and run the output into the STSS tank, eliminating any modulating and running the boiler at maximum output until the tank is up to temp. I also want to do my own install as I did with the Tarm. Following Tarm's guidelines I have everything in place including return water temp protection so the pellet boiler should plug right in . Does Kedel sell direct to consumers? Any thoughts?