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Pex and insulation for radiant ceilings
New to the forum.
I have a major renovation and addition starting on a home in New Jersey.
We are installing radiant heat under the floors in most of the existing home. We do not have access to the floor below the master bedroom but the ceiling in the master with be all open.
I see some specialized systems in the market for radiant ceilings.
Is it possible to run hydronic PEX loops in the ceiling to heat the master bedroom?
If so what method of insulation and airspace above the loops and/or heat transfer plates would be best?
Ceiling will be standard 5/8 sheetrock.
Thanks for your comments.