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New kitchen cabinets over existing baseboard heat?
I need advice regarding a kitchen remodel and the heating situation. The plan is to extend the kitchen to take advantage of as much space as possible, but this requires placing new cabinets over existing baseboard heaters. I've looked into kickboard heat, countertop heat and relocating the copper piping in the basement to provide for floor registers in front of the cabinets. Can anyone provide insight on the most efficient and cost effective solution? Or suggest something else entirely?
I've provided a pdf showing the current kitchen layout with the location of the baseboard heaters.