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House remodel radiant floor

Jayps142Jayps142 Member Posts: 1
Hi,

I'm currently doing a full remodel of my 1965 house (small 24X40 house). I'm re-insulating all my house up to code and eliminating air leakage. I live close to Montreal, Canada (-22F winters).

I was looking into the option of installing in between joist radiant heating as a primary heat source and add baseboards in my basement. I didn't do my heat loss calc yet, but I would like to know if my idea is even plausible where I live. I'd love to get rid of all my ducts.

Thank you in advance!

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