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Boiler Room Layout Mock-up – reasonable, flawed or both?
Hello all again, I’ve been inching my way forward on this diy system-overhaul project and have finally come up with a layout mock-up that pleases me enough to share.
I’m hoping to “shed my rookie status” with this one, but could never do so without your expert advice, and for that I thank you all.
This layout is tricky mainly because I’m trying to fit everything in a 4’ x 5’ corner (hoping to leave room for a stacked washer/dryer to the side). I’ve produced several variations, but this one has the merit of minimizing DHW pipe-length and leaving a space by the floor for a future in-floor radiant manifold.
The scale of the boiler is correct, and all the other components were loosely based off it, and so, not terribly accurate just yet. Next steps include: refining the size of all the components ensuring everything can actually fit as laid out; filling in all the details like near-boiler piping, isolation valves, missing components; establishing relative depth of all the piping to allow for overlaps; and most importantly, choosing a pipe-diameter for all this.
Does anything look totally impossible, or strikingly wrong?