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heating control Radiant and Forced hot air

Thanks for the response, are those similar to the Tekmar 152 I discovered on line??

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  • David Curry
    David Curry Member Posts: 8
    Control for heat

    Have a new addition, that will have radiant heat in the floor.
    But as I learned about a month ago on this site. The radiant will not be able to supply all of the calculated heat loss. Lots of windows.
    So as suggested by someone on this site, I am thinking of adding a heating coil to the Ducted AC system to provide the additonal heat when needed.
    What kind of control system is there for this type of system??
    Definitely want the radiant to provide the primary heat.
  • carol_3
    carol_3 Member Posts: 397


    Sorry for the delay--I was traveling. Consider a 2-stage thermostat--radiant on first stage, forced air on the second stage. A non-programmable is the Honeywell TH5220. Programmable--TH6220 or best of all the touch screen TH8320, to which you can add an outside temp sensor so you can see the outside temp on your stat just for grins.
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