Hi guys I have been lurking for a while now and wanted to get some perspective/advice on my project. I picked up a Jensen boiler in good shape on CL to supplement the oil burner on my 2400 sf., two level, New England home. Plan A: (4 zone Baseboard) run a setup like Simplest design and potentially adding on additional storage sometime in the future. The main challenge with this setup is that the flue for the boiler is on the opposite side of the house (> 50') from the oil boiler. Im concerned the cost of copper will be more than the boiler. I have done some research on thermapex (rated to 200F) but am not 100% convinced that it will hold up to the boiler temperatures. Advantage: Controlled zone heating, Hot Water, efficiency? https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-o4NHb-sd7dg/TqhFJb7cZYI/AAAAAAAALUY/QWCI6Oe3ATY/s800/oil.jpg https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-aDnWZRXM54I/TqhFIzAF90I/AAAAAAAALUM/2l_-Ok5Nf5Y/s800/distance.jpg Plan B: (Forced Air) Use a radiator to tap into the central air handler. The advantage of this is that the handler is located adjacent to the Jensen. This seems like the simpler of the two setups. Is the duct work for air conditioning the same for heating? Is this a viable option? Advantage: simplicity https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-lvc6y1MhjLc/TqhFKr-yYVI/AAAAAAAALUg/QVQah3qKPMw/s800/three.jpg What do you guys think? Plan A was what I originally had in mind but the simplicity of B is enticing. I honestly dont know which would be more efficient in the end. Also, I will be doing what limited setup I can myself then contracting a professional to finish it up. Thanks.