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  1. That's not the plan. I work in the construction...

    That's not the plan. I work in the construction industry so I am well aware how things work. I do not know what peoples capabilities are here so if someone local wants a shot at it I am more then...
  2. The outside width of the pipes going onto the...

    The outside width of the pipes going onto the radiator are 1" thick. The return is 3/4". Will this cause a problem if the pipes are reused on the second floor? I'd like to avoid opening up walls and...
  3. I may take you up on that. What all do you do? I...

    I may take you up on that. What all do you do? I do have a relative that is a plumber but HVAC is not his specialty. He can do pipe work but laying out a system is beyond his skills.
  4. Look at the link. I do not have cast iron. They...

    Look at the link. I do not have cast iron. They are copper.
  5. If I have to swap radiators I will. I would not...

    If I have to swap radiators I will. I would not miss these big ugly ones I have now.


    Page 44 shows what is in the house now- http://www.comfort-calc.net/Steam%20Information.html
  6. I'm near Harrisburg PA. I removed the kitchen...

    I'm near Harrisburg PA. I removed the kitchen radiator during the remodel and it was extremely hard to remove. It didn't look like it was corroded.

    Thanks for the help.
  7. Need new boiler on two pipe system: Thinking of converting Oil to Gas, Steam to Water

    I have a 1948 1600 sqft two story double masonry house. The house has a two pipe steam system with copper finned radiators with no adjustments or valves. Contractors think it is a water system from...
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