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Old 09-15-16, 09:57 AM   #23
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OK, so with a fairly even split between forced air and radiant in heating mode, you should be able to use the waste water from an air handler coil to heat your bathroom floors. This would alleviate a lot of the design concerns you have. Regardless, with a smaller than usual heat load, you won't need a huge slab to hold the BTUS.
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