O > I'm putting on a 3-season room addition 17x17. Block frost wall, poured
O > concrete floor. I'm having an in-floor heating system installed for the
O > addition, which means adding a small boiler to heat the coils. If I don't
O > want to run the boiler in winter I have to have the coils filled with an
O > antifreeze mixture and they want another $300 for that. Is it necessary or
O > worth it? Might it be more efficient to just heat the coils all the time,
O > rather than trying to reheat the floor on a sporadic basis. I'm in
O > Wisconsin so it does get cold!
I'm thinking the $300 might be a good investment. What happens if you
don't use the 3-season room for a while and the power goes out? (OTOH
my interpretation of a three-season room is it's not used in winter
but then it also would not have heating.)
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