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Re: New shop

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Dave, You did not mention heat. Being in the concrete business, I have a suggestion for you if you plan on heating your area. Install the heat in the floor. This is done with a series of plastic pipe which gets hooked to a boiler with a pump to keep the water moving. A good plumber/heat man should be able to help. It's a great way to heat your shop with one warm floor.




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 Re: Re: New shop in reply to den/southern Illinois, 02-11-2003 16:35:11  
Radiant floor heat is the only way to go. I installed radiant floor heat. Make sure you have some one do a heat load calculation on your building. Also insulate it well. It is pay for it now or always pay for it with extra fuel each year. Shops this size can probably be heated with a gas hot water heater with a power vent. This is not the cheapest system to install but once you have it you would never give it up. Concrete is nicer to lay on when it is 75-85 degree rather than 55 degrees.

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