I live along the northern border of the country, in an section that is well-known for the severity of the Winter weather. Both of us correctly start up the oil furnace sometime in September plus keep it running until May. Both of us usually have snow on both Halloween plus Easter. During the winter, it’s regular to accumulate various feet of snow overnight, plus the temperature often dips below zero. The capacity, efficiency plus reliability of the oil furnace is super important. My loft is outfitted with a boiler oil furnace, which perfectly handles demand. Not only is the boiler severely powerful plus energy efficient, it operates quietly plus provides a entirely even temperature. There’s minimal temperature stratification from floor to ceiling, plus no cold spots in the corners. Because the boiler relies on water to convey heat energy rather than air, it doesn’t bring in any outside contaminants. There’s no blast of dust, dander, bacteria or other allergens pouring form a bunch of vents. I like the versatility of the boiler system. There is a network of pipes concealed in the walls plus floors of the home. They take up no space, don’t detract from the decor, plus link to baseboard oil heating systems in the majority of the rooms. In the home office plus bathrooms, we have radiant flooring. This combination creates gentle comfort plus keeps a perfectly warm home, even on the coldest days. Plus, the boiler supplements our water heating needs so that we never run short plus save currency on water heating bills. Although the boiler doesn’t offer any pick for whole-loft cooling, we don’t really need air conditioner where we live.