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Using a tankless for comfort radiant heat
I am considering adding pex radiant flooring over my subfloor for comfort, and in mild weather it could be my primary heat. We are in the Los Angeles area so winter nights seldom go below 40 degrees. My thinking is that a tankless domestic hot water heater that is slightly oversized might provide radiant comfort while the existing furnace would be the thermostatically controlled primary heat source in the coldest months. This same tankless would provide my domestic hot water.
I see in previous posts that using a tankless instead of a boiler is frowned upon by many, but how about in my non-critical comfort application? I would prefer to approach an expert with any general advice that can be provided here, rather than proceed blindly. Thanks in advance for your thoughts.