I would like to heat my 1000 sq ft log cabin with radiant heat. It is built on a cement slab.
Presently heated with electricity or wood stove. I have been searching on the internet on how I could switch to hot water heating system. I visited one site that used a polaris hot water heater. Then I read about mod con boilers. Now I am not sure of which way to go.
Suggestions appreciated. I live in northern minnesotal
I had an energy audit done. It showed where I have to do chinking to tighten it up. I am going to live in the cabin year around. I believe the slab has insulation from what the building inspector said. The ceiling is well insulated and I dont have any vaulted ceilings just 8 ft ceilings.
I want to use propane for heating boiler or water heater. I was hoping I could use some
type of hot water radiators to replace the electric floor units. I dodnt want to get into putting tubing into the slab. Maybe I am in the wrong category. Maybe I am not talking about radiant heat when I want to use radiators