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Old 07-23-2012, 09:41 AM   #1
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Heating a sub floor


There is a room in my basement that has a 2x4 subfloor and it has indoor outdoor carpet glued down on top.
The problem is there is no heat in the room and I thought we want to refinish the floor, wood is what we like, and don't want to have baseboard heaters if we can get away without.
Do I need to tear up the subfloor to have radiant heat?
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