I have a 60's ranch in Bergen County, NJ that had the orginal gas fired boiler and separate gas hot water heater. We were having trouble getting the house warm enough in the real cold days last winter so we were advised to replace the boiler with a new more efficient Crown and their indirect hot water tank with a new "zone" for it.
We still have trouble getting the house warm enough and my gas consumption in the summer went up with running the boiler all year round for hot water rather than just a traditional hot water heater. What gives? I thought this would be a energy saving move? I have had the contractor look at it but he can't find anything wrong. I do not have much confidence in his abilities at this point. Any ideas?