I'm considering doing a self install to replace my oil boiler with an LP. I'm leaning towards a mod/con. I've been doing quite a bit of research and I feel comfortable that I could do a good job with the help of relatives whom have some experience with these kinds of jobs. I'll have access to a guy with plumbing experience and a guy with electrical experience.
I've talked to the city and I can pull the permits myself. This will allow me to have the inspections to double check that I've done everything correctly. Ultimately, I think the big difference in today vs. post-install will be the new venting. Going out the side wall, I don't expect it to be a significant issue.
That said, I see several manufacturers do not offer a warranty for self installers. Does anyone have a suggestion for which manufacturers I should be considering?
At this point, the Knight is my front runner. The problem is there's no local dealer in my area. So I'm somewhat concerned about getting parts going forward.