No heat in kitchen

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Old 12-06-15, 07:14 AM
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No heat in kitchen

Hi All,

My home has baseboard (hydronic) heating. There is a dividing half wall between my livingroom and kitchen.

The kitchen does not have any direct heat source. How can I rectify this?

I'm thinking I would have to run copper pipe at the bottom of the half wall to heat the kitchen, or my other thought was to put vents in the boxed out wall where the pipes run up to the second and third floor.

I can feel the heat coming from the boxed out area, so i figure if i put vents on the kitchen side, there will be some heat coming into the kitchen.

Thoughts?
 
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Old 12-06-15, 09:42 AM
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Could you consider a Toe Space heater tied into the baseboard beneath the kitchen sink . . . . like a Myson ?

I have a couple installed beneath the Kitchen sink and Laundry Room Vanity with fans that kick in anytime the baseboard H2O reaches 140F, and they have a booster speed if you need to quickly take the chill off in an accelerated manner.
 
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Old 12-10-15, 01:51 PM
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Wow, that's awesome. Didn't know these existed. Certainly going to check it out.

Thank you!
 
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