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Hydronic Toe Kick Heater Installation

DYIHelpDYIHelp Member Posts: 1
I'm remodeling my kitchen and would like to install Hydronic Toe Kick Heaters under my cabinets. My current heating source is gas forced air.

I live in a 1600 sf lofted condo with 15' ceilings and I'm always loosing heat.  The Toe Kick heaters would supplement the gfa heating system, and a new bedroom I'm making by putting up a wall.

Can water lines be install and hooked-up to my current 40 gallon hot water heater, or do I need to purchase a separate hwh system like a boiler, and if so, then my second question is:

Are very small boilers or steam systems available to attached to the toe kick heaters for condo buildings.  I'm looking at the Myson Heater, but their spec are very vague. 

I will not be doing this work myself.  I'm hiring a contractor, but want to get a head's up so when I inquire, I can understand.



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