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Old 01-05-2014, 12:40 PM   #1
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want to add some baseboard heat in one of my rooms on the 2nd floor, but it overhangs the first floor by 2feet. can i run the pipe in the overhang?

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Not advisable. While you can insulate it. During a power outage when its below freezing outside, it will freeze. Adding glycol to the system is an option, but reduces the amount of heat output to the baseboards.

Another option is to run the baseboard cover from one end of the room to the next, and wrap it at an inside corner. And bring the pipe up in that inside piece.

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