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Boiler with summer winter hook up not producing hot water! As I know it, our boiler works well. We get heat in the house and all is good. The boiler is 7 years old and is maintained once a year. We don't have a water heater for Summer winter hook up hot water use so all of our hot water comes from the boiler.

We have hot water heat along the baseboards. Every morning, it is impossible to get more than 5 minutes of hot water out of the shower. I was told by a plumber friend very experienced that doing an acid wash through the grids?

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I am working on adding a master bath and will most likely add a hot water heater for domestic use but that is a couple of months away. The shower gets hot in the afternoon and for a good while at night, but in the mornings it Summer winter hook up hot water impossible. The kids are getting restless! Find all posts by riggstad. As usual, you may want to post some pics of your installation. There may be a defective aquastat preventing the boiler from reaching the proper temperature for DHW generation alone.

Do you set back your thermostat at night? Find all posts by TOHeating. I might be way out in left field but my guess is you turn the thermostat down at night and have cast iron radiation. Please tell me I am wrong. Find all posts by rbeck.

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We don't touch the thermostat And the heat is ran through the copper pipes with the tin squares. Using a domestic hot water Summer winter hook up hot water is not a very practical way of making hot water. As soon as the oxides coat the outside of the coil, the rating goes out the window. A 5gpm coil which would have trouble making 4 gpm on a good day will make about 2.

You can compensate for some of the loss by making sure your water pressure is around 50 psi and that you are using a water saver 2. Once that doesn't cut it, you will end up with a storage tank or an indirect water heater.

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I would not recommend an electric water heater. You will experience substantial savings in the non-heating months after relieving the boiler of the instantaneous requirement of producing hot water.

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Especially if you install the right temperature control on the boiler at the same time. Find all posts by KField. Whew I'm glad you don't turn back the t-stat at night and have cast iron radiators. What are the control settings, is there some type of mixing valve either automatic or manual? How many thermostats in the home? There is only one thermostat in the whole house!

We live in a neighborhood that was built about years ago. There are a lot of units and they are all single family homes about sqft.

They are big houses for the period they were built and of course had several options.

One of the options was a master bath. I am putting windows and siding in within the next month then working on the master bath sometime mid spring.

I tell you this because the MY house has only one zone for heating. It's a continuous loop ran off of one thermostat for both upstairs and down stairs.

My neighbors, who I just redid their whole kitchen, has their house zoned for upstairs and downstairs, AND the previous owner also installed a hot water heater for domestic hot water.

I think I am going to go that way when I redo the master bath in a few months. It's digital with an LCD display. We never use the timer on it. We just set it at 68 and leave it for the winter.

The house is comfortable and we always get heat. Except for times in the shower. I think field answered my question. The pressure is at 50 and the temp is at degrees. I was thinking of doing that acid wash, but if it really does lessen the life span of the boiler, I think I'll just make the fam suffer for another 2 months.

It's not like they aren't used to it.

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By then, I could install the new hot water heater gas and solve most problems. When I do the master bath and the new hot water heater, would it be wise to add another zone to the boiler for upstairs? Would I have to replace the boiler anyway at that time because I will no longer be using it for domestic hot? Or will the coil just come off of the boiler, or can it stay? Aside from doing the usual plumbing work faucets, toilets, supply, etc.

However, the oil heat system...

I'm afraid I'm not educated in the nomenclature of boilers, hot water heaters, etc There will be no need to replace the boiler if you stop using the coil. Just let the tappings open and it will dry out in a couple of hours.

We have a newer oil...

Turn down the low setting on your temperature control to let the boiler go to a lower temperature between cycles. Or replace the control with Becketts new Aquasmart controller. That has the heat manager control built in and it allows you to set the low lmit at degrees or turn it off all together if you choose.

Zoning is always a good thing as far as comfort is concerned.

Depending on how the piping is installed, it may be easy and it may be hard. The acid flush will not shorten the lifespan of your boiler by any amount that you will ever see.

If you flushed it times, maybe but I have boilers whose coils we flushed at least 15 times and the coils are still working.

I have seen boilers whose coils have never been flushed and they leak so go figure. Thanks for your help. I will most likely hire a professional to install the water heater and rezone. I'm just not comfortable enough to go that far, realizing that it may or may not be easy.


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