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Removing Bathroom Radiator Permanently

remodeling anyways and you want more room get a recessed version to get it in the wall. kpc

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  • Robin
    Robin Member Posts: 1
    Permanently removing bathroom radiator

    Hi --

    In an upcoming remodel, I would like to permanently remove a cast iron radiator in a tiny (6' x 10') bathroom on the second floor of my 1929 house.

    The second floor stays very warm in the winter -- so I don't believe I'll miss the heat from this radiator if I keep the bathroom door open.

    Any thoughts?

  • Robert O'Connor_12

    Don't do it. You need heat in there. If you don't want heat, turn off the radiator. When you go and sell your house the buyer is gonna want heat too. Think about it. I'd rather have it and not need it (turn it off), then need it and not have it.

    Robert O'Connor/NJ
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