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I have a three story home in the nyc area (basement, 1st, 2nd). The basement has baseboard heating, the 1st and 2nd floors have steam. A bathroom on the 1st floor, which was part of an extension done by the previous owner, has an electric heater (no clue why) and it sits on the opposite end of the house from the boiler. I am planning on making some renovations and hoped to add a steam radiator to the bathroom, but i'm a bit hesitant because 1) steam is very sensitive to pitching problems and 2) most plumbers these days are not very experienced with steam systems given that the overwhelming majority of new and remodeled homes have hot water heat. If i'm planning on ripping up the floors, does it make sense to convert my system to hot water? What kind of cost could i expect to incur with a conversion? I believe my boiler can handle both steam and hot water, so that's something that wouldn't need to be changed. Thanks in advance for any guidance or advise.