|Posted by hj on January 04, 2003 at 09:14:57:|
|In response to Re: hydronic panels for supplemental heat?|
As long as you realize that you may have less hot water to the faucets, the fuel bill will be higher, The radiators will not work to the optimum level since the water heater will not have the hotter water that they are designed for, and your water heater will leak sooner, then it will work, assuming all the proper controls and devices are installed.
: Just remodeled our daylight basement, and the forced-air isn't enough. When the furnace is on, the rooms come to temperature, but then the heat rises up the stairs and the room temp drops up to ten degrees.
: Rooms are adjacent to hot-water heater: what about a hydronic line to some wall-panel radiators? Any problem with systems that run off hot water heaters?
: Can you recommend anyone in the Eastside Seattle area?
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