Lochinvar Knight versus HTP Versa-Hydra boilers
I'm having a house built in Southern New England that will have only radiant floor heat. The heating contractor spec'd a Lochinvar Knight boiler and Squire indirect HW maker. I have this set-up in my condo in Boston and am pleased with it.
However, I was thinking about a HTP Versa-Hydro, an intergrated boiler hot water maker for the new house. I initially looked at the HTP product because it was made locally and had a solar option. The latter consideration has become less important because I will be getting natural gas (vs propane) next Spring. Instead I will use the sout-facing roof for PV panels.
So which boiler should I install?
I welcome all opinions on both or either of the appliances.