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Baseboard Adventures

HeatingHelp
HeatingHelp Posts: 366
edited July 8 in THE MAIN WALL
imageBaseboard Adventures

Most houses have too much baseboard and that means that, if you size the new boiler to the actual heat loss of the house, the folks will be able to run that boiler at a lower temperature on most days.

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  • Labenaqui
    Labenaqui Member Posts: 12
    Or a high-mass cast-iron boiler with delta-t distribution management.
  • Nimrod66
    Nimrod66 Member Posts: 13
    Excess baseboard also allows greater utilization of thermal storage tanks used with wood, wood pellet, and wood chip boilers. We have found that on average heating days, many homes heat just fine with baseboard supplied by 140-160 F water. Consequently, domestic water heating requirements often become the trigger for starting a boiler and bringing the thermal storage tanks back up to their upper temperature limit.
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