Our house has a one pipe steam heat system. We have renovated our kitchen and no longer have wall space for the base board radiator. Our contractor relocated the steam heat base board radiator in the toe kick area of our cabinets. However, the cabinets are getting extremely hot. We believe the heat will eventually damage the cabinets. Another contractor suggested incorporating a small fan to circulate the air to prevent the cabinets from getting hot. Then he will box out the base board radiator with trim which will include louvres to allow the hot air to escape. Has anyone ever done this? Do you think this will work? If you have any other ideas to heat the kitchen with steam heat, we welcome suggestions.