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My town's plumbing/building inspector (Bob, of Glen Ridge, NJ) suggested I write to this site and ask for advice about recessed steam radiators in my 100-year-old Dutch colonial home. I added a powder room that's 4 X 5 feet with a 10-foot ceiling and for that my plumber and the folks at the plumbing supply store recommended I install a recessed Sun Radiator with 4 sections or segments (2,000 BTUs; the smallest available). For my kitchen, which also has 10-foot ceilings and is 10 X 18 feet, we removed the free-standing radiator to make room for new cabinets and are now planning to use a recessed Sun Radiator with 12 sections or segments (7000 BTUs)--again as recommended by my plumber and the plumbing supply store. Does this sound right to you? And do you have any other suggestions or advice?
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