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We live in an 112 year old 2 story victorian home. We have steam heat and are very satisfied with it.
Recently we have decided to remodel the kitchen. The steam radiator in the kitchen must go out. The kitchen is small it measures 10 feet x 16 feet with 9 foot cielings. We have tried many different floor plans and the only way we can make it work is by removing the radiator. We were thinking about installing a toe kick heater under the new cabinets. We wanted to know if one toe kick heater would do the job. The kitchen has an open door to a hallway that leads to the front (dinning) room. It also has an open walkway into another room which we call our office. We think that there should be enough heat to keep the space relitively warm. The one problem is we live in Wisconsin and the kitchen is on the Northeast corner of the house. So I guess if someone could give us a little idea if we are going in the right direction?