My house has all the copper baseboard going in a weird double loop.

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  1. CanOfWorms

    CanOfWorms Member

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    So my second floor has all the heat looking like the pic.
    Is this inefficient? what are the pros and cons.
    would it be better to have it make one run?
    double loop.jpg
     
  2. jadnashua

    jadnashua Retired Defense Industry Engineer xxx

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    Not exactly sure what you are saying...I'm guessing that the in/out are at the same end of the unit? If so, there's nothing 'wrong' with that.
     
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  4. Master Plumber Mark

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    that is totally normal.....
    probably loops back through the panel due to a beam or obstruction in the floor
     
  5. CanOfWorms

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    Ok. It just seems like a lot of loop.
    Thank you
     
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