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19-02-2020, 19:18   #16
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I’ll put it this way op, a 50/90 grant with no pump, mag filter, piping etc is prob 25kg heavier than the pre plumbed Warmflow
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19-02-2020, 19:54   #17
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Just out of curiosity I rang Calor today regarding the “free gas boiler” offer they have running. Worcester Bosch boiler - free. Installation €3500-5000 depending on installer, etc.

Gonna order up the Grant oil boiler next week.
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22-02-2020, 13:52   #18
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Just out of curiosity I rang Calor today regarding the “free gas boiler” offer they have running. Worcester Bosch boiler - free. Installation €3500-5000 depending on installer, etc.

Gonna order up the Grant oil boiler next week.
WB Boiler including installation would normally be 2,500. That shows you what cowboys Calor actually are. Then they go and charge you what they like for the gas. Avoid
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Out of interest I am replacing a Stanley Brandon stove boiler that is 20 years old. House was only used as a holiday home. What kind of money could I get for that?
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Grant Vortex installed, yet to be commissioned, it was replacing an internal o/f Stanley brandon internal boiler stove. Had it installed along the gable wall. My future neighbor said to me at the weekend that he hoped it doesn't create any dust that could lie on his car parked 7/8m away. Possible?
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Grant Vortex installed, yet to be commissioned, it was replacing an internal o/f Stanley brandon internal boiler stove. Had it installed along the gable wall. My future neighbor said to me at the weekend that he hoped it doesn't create any dust that could lie on his car parked 7/8m away. Possible?
No dust. A plume of mist, but shouldn't be a bother so far away. Your installer would have suggested a plume kit if he thought it necessary.

Not a very friendly comment from your neighbour.
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No dust. A plume of mist, but shouldn't be a bother so far away. Your installer would have suggested a plume kit if he thought it necessary.

Not a very friendly comment from your neighbour.
He did qualify his comment by saying we won't fall out over it.
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He did qualify his comment by saying we won't fall out over it.
That's a more diplomatic start.
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No more chance your cooking in the kitchen causing dust to his car then the boiler
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