If possible get a regular hot water heater. I don't quite understand this, but are you having to run the heater all year round just to get hot water for your daily needs? I would then just let the heater do its thing over the winter. Do you have it cleaned each season?I hate to rain on people's parades, but the OP appears to have hot water baseboard heat, not a forced air furnace and the boiler for the heating system also supplies hot water to the taps. Getting a separate water heater would be ludicrous in this case.I'd check into a cold start boiler if you're doing a boiler replacement.http://www.energysavingsusa.net/page/page/1528955.htmChurchy
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