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    Re: Baseboard Loops

    I agree, it is ideal that each room start with the same temperature water. But that would just be too expensive an install for me. I will be using distribution manifolds so I could cut heat to a...
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    Re: Baseboard Loops

    I think what you're calling a zone, I'm calling a loop.

    As I understand it, a zone is a separate heated area. A zone, can have multiple loops, each loop in a connected zone is heated (somewhat)...
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    Re: Tile Floor over Existing Tile Floor?

    OMG DO NOT tile over existing floors! Its easy, but is easy always right? Is it stone or laminate that is already down? Are you replacing with stone or laminates?

    I ask because if its stone,...
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    Re: Baseboard Loops

    Thanks for the great info. I'll try out the Slant Fin HLC when I get home! I initially used the BTU requirement calculator at PexSupply.com

    I would:

    Select High Temperature
    Enter the...
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    Baseboard Loops

    Hello Everyone! Thanks in advance for your input ;)

    I'm installing a totally new hot water baseboard system. I'm using a condensing combi boiler with 170,000 btu output at 91% efficiency, pex...
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