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  1. #1
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    Default Baseboard Heat

    I just moved into a house with baseboard heaters and I would like to remove the ones in my livingroom. Is this something a midwestern girl could do on her own? And if so how do I go about it?

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    Default Re: Baseboard Heat

    Gotta ask. Why do you want to remove your baseboard heaters????

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    Thank you for the reply!! So I have just finished the job, it was alot easier than I antisipated! Sorry for being so vage before. There are two sources of heat in the livingroom, a wood pellet stove and baseboard heat........... but not any more

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    Default Re: Baseboard Heat

    Quote Originally Posted by schaitel View Post
    Thank you for the reply!! So I have just finished the job, it was alot easier than I antisipated! Sorry for being so vage before. There are two sources of heat in the livingroom, a wood pellet stove and baseboard heat........... but not any more
    Good for you !!!!
    Scrap the Ready-kilo-watts !!!!
    I too, am into pellet stoves. Massive amounts of hear, just add some humidity, please.

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