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Radiant floor heat in a small cottage

I live in northern California, San Francisco area and we have a small cottage on my property. We recently hired a flooring contractor to install pergo floating floors. When he tore the existing carpet off we found that the concrete slab foundation was inproperly constructed and needed to be torn out and replaced. We have contacted a house mover to move the house off the foundation while a sutable new foundation is being constructed. We were also hoping to include hydronic floor heat in the new foundation, being as the house has no heat source right now. This cottage is very small and only has a limited amount of space for mechanical equipment. My question is would be feasible economical to use hydronic heat in such a small space? and do they make compact boilers indirect hot water tanks to fit in a small space/ closet? Just to give you an idea of how big the closet is, it can fit a small forced air furnace. and hot water tank.


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