Oracle Posted December 10, 2013 Share Posted December 10, 2013 Well it seems nothing much changes in forum land.I don't intend to do anything more to guide either you as clearly that is a lost cause. But for anyone else out there who might be considering such things, know that when you calculate something like this, the best results will be gained considering ALL the factors not just the one to get the outcome you expect.What has just been illustration in the posts above is the way NOT to make a fiscal analyis of heating technology.If cost/payback is the only issue in the deliberation for what ever the system should be, then add Installation + (running costs x compound increase over the rest of your life) + maintenance + possibile replacement cost of both systems and at least then a realistic comparison might begin to emerge.For reference, the result you should get is something between 3 to 6 years. Mine was a big system and has just now reach its amortisation point after 5 years. That'll do I think.O Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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