Heat zoning...

Old 12-03-04, 08:33 PM
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Heat zoning...

I know there are product out there that a computer can monitor/control heating controls. Also, I have a feeling that the most econonmical way to control heating is to activate/deactivate radiant floor heating with a secondary heating system.

I'm starting some detail work on building a new house and was wondering what other people would do to make a high tech zoned heating and cooling system?
Old 12-04-04, 05:19 AM
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Radiant heat does not work well when large temperature swings are required. It is very economical to operate but comfort suffers when you ask it to recover several degrees in a short period of time.


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