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Radiant baseboard heat in garage -- Pipes burst -- will the water keep running?
We just bought our home this past summer and have no experience owning a home with a boiler and radiant baseboard heat. The garage is rigged up for heat, but it wasn't working during the polar vortex last week. Now we have two burst pipes out there. My question is this. Will the water continue to drip out as it is now or will it eventually stop? We don't really need heat out there. So if we let all the water just come out of the pipes, is there any reason to do anything else? I'm assuming we have to shut off that zone and we believe we have done so. Just want to make sure there's not some other thing we'd have to do.