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Re: Re: Re: baseboard heat


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Posted by Willy-N on September 20, 2004 at 09:17:53 from (64.146.187.231):

In Reply to: Re: Re: baseboard heat posted by I don't plan on it on September 20, 2004 at 07:22:18:

I have some small built in forsed air heaters in my home just in case but haven't used them yet. I have installed 1,000s of Base Boards in homes befor. The biggest draw back is the wall space they use up and a flame looking pattern on the wall above them due to the up/draft of the heat. They work best if place below windows and on outside walls. Just make sure nothing can ever fall in front of them due to fire reasons. You need to clean the dust out of them often if used a lot. Mark H.


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