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Heating a partial exposed garage

Is heating a lower level partially exposed garage with radiant a smart way to go.  Or would a gas fired modine be a better option?   The garage is going to be used as a shop, and I am putting a thin slab above the garage for heating the living space with pex and and NTI condensing boiler. Any ideas or opinions. 


  • ZmanZman Member Posts: 3,169
    Hot dawg LT

    I would look at a fan coil designed for low temps.

    If you generally keep your slab at a steady temp, and you insulate the garage well, the radiant will work well. If you like to keep it cooler when unused, look at a fan coil.

    "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"
    Albert Einstein
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