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How long for hot water baseboard to recover from setback
I recently moved into a 1960's split level with 4 zones of hot water baseboard and a propane fired boiler. I am attempting to do night setbacks on the unused zones from 68 to 64 degrees. Unfortunately the recovery time is measured in hours, sometimes as much as 4 to 5 hours. What should be the expected recovery time for hot water baseboard? If I have a problem where should I start looking? Heat load calcs, etc?
I am used to forced air systems and steam radiators.
Thanks in advance.