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Hot water baseboard heater too big for room
We bought a house last June and we have grown to love the hot water baseboard heating system throughout. We do have one issue in particular with the size/placement of the single baseboard heater in our daughters bedroom, which is the smallest bedroom in the house. Her room measures 11x14, and the one bb heater in her room, extends from one end of the 14' wall to the other. Her room gets too hot in winter, despite the ability to turn down the temp for her heater manually...its almost like its too much bb heater for such a small room. my question is, can we reduce the size by about half? If so, how? Her bedroom faces east, so it gets plenty of natural heat from the sun, even in the winter. Thanks for the advice in a dance!
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