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pmchale

Saw this in a post from 2015: https://www.ecoradusa.com/electric-upgrade-of-steam-and-hot-water-radiators/ Anyone know about these? Thoughts on the electrific conversion to a free standing radiator? I presently have a one-pipe steam system, which I love. We are building a new house next year, and would like to consider converted radiators, if they are a good, reliable, low maintenance option. The new house will be super insulated/tight, but still curious as to how much electricity these things would use...I know, depends on how many, heat load, how often they are actually heating, etc. Just wondering what folks think about these for a new build - 1400 ft2. Thanks!

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