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Heat for 3rd floor addition

John_4-2John_4-2 Posts: 1Member
I'm looking for advice. I'm adding a 3rd floor large bedroom with a small bath. ( about 26' x 26' ) I have a gas heat , forced hot water system with radiators on the first 2 floors. What is the best and cost effective way to heat this space? Someone told me to add baseboard forced hot water, but what about radiant floor heating?  Thanks

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  • Third Floor

    Radiant heating would be the most comfortable.  If the third floor is where you will be spending a lot of time, i.e. your bedroom, bathroom, etc., choose radiant.  If it's a guest bedroom or some other rooms that don't get used often, go with radiators or baseboard.



    Radiant will be the most expensive to install followed by radiators and then baseboard.
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