On Thu, Nov 29, 2001 at 11:21:22AM +0000, John P. Looney wrote:
> It's expensive, and freaky. Basically, you get warm all over the room,
> instead of hotspots near radiators. The pipes have to be laid when the
> floor is being put in (or you can take up the carpets, and chisel channels
> around the room - effort.
Oh, it's not expensive. You buy a roll of flexible heating pipe stuff
(cheaper than copper pipe if I'm not mistaken) lay it in a zigzag
pattern and pour concrete over it. It can hook up to a normal boiler
Um, and I wouldn't reccommend a chisel.
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