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This past winter we were not able to keep your house warm with infloor radiant heat. This was our first year in the house as we bought it as a foreclosure. I have had 3 heating companies over and I was given this site by the last for some additional assistance. None of them seem real up to radiant systems. The house is heated by an outdoor wood boiler which is an open system. It comes through a plate exchanger to a closed system. The basement (about 1000sq concrete) stayed plenty hot with the system. However, the main floor (1000sq.) and upstairs (800sq) only would make it to 60 degrees. This was with everything running 24/7. The infloor tubing is 3/4 inch and has one run between every joist. It has insulation under it. The water coming in was hot so you could not hold on to the tubes, and on the return it was still warm. However, it was not heating our house. I have included a picture of the current set up. I know this is very vague, but I am not sure exactly what other information you may need to know. If you have any suggestions as to how to make this work better so we can actually stay warm, I would greatly appreciate them. Thank you.
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