|Posted by hj on August 03, 2002 at 00:01:24:|
|In response to Re: replacing baseboards with historic cast-iron radiators|
Anything is possible given enough time and/or money. In your case I assume it would be money, since the piping for your baseboard system would not be usable for radiators in most cases.
: I have just purchased a beautiful Victorian house built in 1871. The heating system is a forced hot water system that feeds to baseboards throughout. The baseboards are old, partially broken, ugly, and just not appealing in such a historic building. I want to put in old fashioned cast-iron radiators which I can get for a steal locally. IS it possible and how does one go about doing this???
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