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    This may not be the proper forum but I will be...

    This may not be the proper forum but I will be heating my basement floor with this source so here goes.......

    I'm ready to buy a hot water heater for my new home and I've been looking at the...
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    Thanks for the replies, I have a room by room...

    Thanks for the replies,

    I have a room by room Manual "J" and the heating loads for the 1st, 2nd floors, and bonus room are only 50K BTU at local design temperature.

    I have done my homework and...
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    If I go Radiant I'm going to do it right, that's...

    If I go Radiant I'm going to do it right, that's why I'm asking questions and researching the internet, the problem is there are many different thoughts on the installation, many websites even say...
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    Thanks for the replies! I actually have...

    Thanks for the replies!

    I actually have nothing at all in the 3\4" PEX, it was left over from a large job and a "friend" got it for me.
    I did purchase 3\4" for my concrete floors and it worked...
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    Yes, it is Oxygen Barrier 3\4" PEX, I have the...

    Yes, it is Oxygen Barrier 3\4" PEX, I have the same tubing installed in all my Concrete, 900' in the basement, 600' in the garage and 900' in the shop.

    I'm really starting to wonder if the whole...
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    I am planing my radiant floor heat and will be...

    I am planing my radiant floor heat and will be going with under the floor staple up or transfer plates, I will be using 3\4" PEX as I have 2500' that I purchased for almost nothing.
    the problem is I...
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    The insulation under the concrete slabs is this...

    The insulation under the concrete slabs is this product
    http://www.radiantheatproducts.com/store.asp?pid=6083&catid=10050

    The ground under the basement and shop is solid rock with no water, the...
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    Thanks for the replies! I like the idea of...

    Thanks for the replies!

    I like the idea of using a hyrdo coil on the 2nd floor, this would save a great deal of work and still give me the benefits of the radiant heat on the first floor.

    I...
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    We are in the process building our new home (and...

    We are in the process building our new home (and doing most of the work myself) and as of 2 weeks ago I was about ready to install a forced air HVAC system (the home is 1 1\2 story with bonus room)...
  10. Thanks again for the replies!!! You have me...

    Thanks again for the replies!!!

    You have me thinking, as I said my original plans were for radiant heat throughout and I could go with baseboards instead of infloor (which at this point would be...
  11. I had originally planned to install radiant heat...

    I had originally planned to install radiant heat in the entire house but since I'm using several different floor coverings which would require different temps. and installation methods and since I'm...
  12. "Second: By the sound of it...you arent going to...

    "Second: By the sound of it...you arent going to seriously take anyone's advice anyway. You are just looking for someone to agree with your ideas"


    ?????????? sorry if you think I'm just...
  13. Thanks for the replies.... If we go with a...

    Thanks for the replies....

    If we go with a furnace we are planning on a 2 stage 80K - 100K btu with a 4 ton a\c unit.
    The house is about 2800 sq\ft (1650 first floor, 650 second floor and 500 sq...
  14. I'm building a new home and about ready for the...

    I'm building a new home and about ready for the HVAC, I have quotes for the system and am about ready to decide but thought I'd through out one more option..........

    I have hot water radiant heat...
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