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    In total agreement on that! I'm just a rookie but...

    In total agreement on that! I'm just a rookie but I can speak from first hand knowledge on this issue.
    When I had my old oil fired boiler it had the coil for hot water, never quite did the trick to...
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    The heating load was calculated at 15,000 BTU's...

    The heating load was calculated at 15,000 BTU's using an online heat calculator
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    Heating size question

    I have no clue as to the formulas of heating, how much radiator per space.

    In the new kitchen we are putting up:
    [approx 360 sq ft, 12' high ceiling, insulated well (R-30 in ceiling and R-13 in...
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    Poll: Ironic, I was just thinking the same thing. How...

    Ironic, I was just thinking the same thing. How impressive and professional. Demonstrates concern for other peoples furnishings.

    Hats off to y'all!
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    Kord, I understand and agree with you. If it is...

    Kord, I understand and agree with you. If it is any consolation, the help afforded to me by this group is for my own house.

    We desperately needed a new kitchen and the equity loan is only so big....
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    I appreciate all the suggestions. I just came up...

    I appreciate all the suggestions. I just came up from the basement and I decided to run under the R-30 floor insulation. You can't get a better insulator than that, and there are no elaborate setups....
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    Thanks rugged. I did help the glue along by...

    Thanks rugged. I did help the glue along by keeping next to my light bulb while I worked. Plus the joints will have a month or better before water hits them so they have time to cure completely. As...
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    Just yesterday, the fella at the plumbing supply...

    Just yesterday, the fella at the plumbing supply store (Grant Supply) told me that ABS is superior to PVC since PVC joints will come apart if that are hit and no cleaner was used.
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    I feel bad for you folks (pros). A buddy of mine...

    I feel bad for you folks (pros). A buddy of mine was a plumber, I used to help him on some jobs (thats where I learned how to solder a joint) and he always was cutting ppl breaks and they NEVER...
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    Doesn't look promising. Everything has been...

    Doesn't look promising. Everything has been closed off for an hour now, heat wafting in from basement, and crawl space temp is 15 degrees. Now, the radiator lines haven't been run yet, so it is a...
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    the access panel is an insulated panel (metal...

    the access panel is an insulated panel (metal with 1" polystyrene LOL) and I already closed all the foundation vents. The block is all new work so it should be tight.

    Of course while I was in...
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    Need opinions on supply lines

    New addition going up over a crawl space. Today I plan on running some supply lines for the tub and sinks, plus if i am lucky some supply lines for heat.

    I'm afraid of them freezing, I know I...
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