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Make sure it isn't touching any other metals and you might want to wrap them if you are worried about any condensation on them, especially if you are on well.
ok, thanks. I'll probably wrap them since I like overkill. House is 20 years old, so they are probably fine, but just trying to avoid drywall holes once up.
 

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The greening is from the flux paste they used to solder your pipe to the other pipe used as a support. Do not worry about it.
 

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I would have used a piece of unistrut and a cushion clamp all long that joist. I suggest you add valves. It is so nice when you need to turn off a single room at a time
 

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Used to do that all the time back in the house days. Just make sure it is still soldered together or it may bang or rattle. You can solder it back together before you charge the system back up with water. My old boss would have stabbed me in the eye if i would have used strut and cush clamps, no money in the budget for that.
 
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