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Posted by Harold hydronicnetwork.net on January 26, 2004 at 07:49:18:
In Reply to: Boiler or Cold Floor? posted by Harz on January 26, 2004 at 07:20:49:
Incest in a better, tighter, insulated door and insulate that cold room in the basement with an insulated wall. After you tighten up the basement, you will have better heat. Insulating the basement ceiling will help. These are the least expensive, longest-lasting money savers.
I have no idea why you have the circulator come on at 160F, unless you make hot water with a tankless coil in the boiler. However, you can move the high limit up to 200F, so if the boiler has enough capacity it will give a little more heat upstairs. Steam boilers operate at 215F without melting.
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