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New Mod-Con system - wife not happy
Now that we've started to use the heat a bit, my wife is unhappy with the comfort in the house. The thermostat can say 70F, but she's complaining about being "freezing." I think she misses the sensation of heat pouring out of the emitters that the old, oil-fired system provided. The new system is working perfectly and is maintaining indoor temperature accurately with the minimum btus needed, just as it should. I've even increased the boiler output temp a bit above what the heat loss and emitter output calculations indicate is needed, but, of course, the emitters usually do feel only slightly warm, if that.
Any advice other than "put on a sweater"? Is this just something she's going to have to get used to? It took me years to convince her to switch from oil to gas (she was afraid of the house exploding), so I REALLY want her to be happy with the new system.