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  1. Re: How to insulate above radiant water heating in ceiling?

    So it's a 2 story daylight ranch...we have radiant in the slab below, but upstairs is where the living areas are and they're in the ceiling. I almost never turn on the heat down below....never gets...
  2. Re: How to insulate above radiant water heating in ceiling?

    So you don't think there'd be a condensation issue if I just blanket over the top? It doesn't get too terribly hot (125 degree water when it leaves the boiler) so I didn't think it'd be much of an...
  3. Re: How to insulate above radiant water heating in ceiling?

    I know that they are getting hot, I've felt them (Also you can touch the ceiling...I'm tall enough to do comfortably). The water temperature is set to 125 usually and it works fine, just there's...
  4. Re: How to insulate above radiant water heating in ceiling?

    Yeah, I've talked to insulation companies as well and they all have different opinions. I'm just trying to find someone who has actually seen/installed something over the top of the pipes.

    I...
  5. Re: How to insulate above radiant water heating in ceiling?

    This is what I want to do is put a blanket of r30 or more on top to force the heat down instead of just warming the attic which seems to be what it does best. I don't know how to go about this...
  6. Re: How to insulate above radiant water heating in ceiling?

    So when you pop up in the attic you basically have copper water pipes sitting directly on the drywall of the ceiling of the second floor. They're installed through the joists (Holes drilled for the...
  7. How to insulate above radiant water heating in ceiling?

    I have a 1950 daylight ranch and the radiant water heating on the ground level is in the slab, but upstairs (Where the main living area is) has radiant water copper pipes in the ceiling and there's...
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