I've been talking to several contractors to research options for replacing a boiler in an old house we just bought and posted a few questions to another thread on this forum.
However, in the course of my research someone on another discussion forum recommended that instead of putting a lot of money into a new boiler, I'd be better off running my hot water heating system using a tankless hot water heater and then investing the difference into additional insulation for the house.
I was able to find a couple of websites that show how to configure a tankless hot water heater to supply radiant floor or baseboard heat, but not enough to fill me with confidence.
Is this something that can be done effectively?
Does anyone have experience with this setup?
Can you set this up using old radiators instead of radiant floor or baseboards?