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Adding a hydronic zone to a steam system
Hey - I have a steam system running off a Burnham about 10 years old, with a hydronic baseboard loop in the basement with its own simple honywell 120v thermostat and circulator pump. The thermostat basically controls the circulator pump not the boiler.
My question is can i set up the system so the hot water loop will call for heat and fire up the boiler without burning up the radiators upstairs?
if not, would it be practical to add a tankless water heater to run the basement heat seperately? Can that set up work?