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One baseboard - 2 zones??

however the feed is in line before the split to the two zones and returns after they come back together, that way it's warm whether the bedroom zone or living space is calling works out great.


  • [Deleted User]
    ONe room on 2 zones

    Wondering if this would work:

    A home with (currently) 2 zones. I want to make the bathroom a room heated by either (or both) zones. There would be no control system for the bath - it would warm the room whenever either of the other zones was running.

    IF I supply and return that one piece of baseboard with a tee each ... and each tee is piped into the supply and return feeds (one set on each of the other zones) with a monoflow tee ... I am thinking that regardless of which (or both) of the other zones is calling there will be hot water flow through that piece of baseboard.

    The bathroom would be warmed whether the family was using the "main" zone or the "bedroom zone".

    Any opinions?

  • [Deleted User]

    umm.... yeah - thats pretty obvious -- heheh can't believe I was thinking of running two lines !!! hehehe


    Glad to hear it worked
  • Bruce Stevens
    Bruce Stevens Member Posts: 133
    One more thought

    I was using zone valves with a common circulator you might need two lines on the circ side if running to circs
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