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Use of Baseboard without diverter
I am doing major rehab of 60s era house that has a single baseboard loop around the entire lower level (slab). I am doing one room and would like to install 2 3ft radiator baseboards in place of the total perimeter to gain wall space. I can just continue the single loop, or can I use braches-- as you would with tees-- to gain some temperature control in the room. If I use parallel branch with a three way ball valve, would that work? Any thoughts?
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