Well here's my Christmas gift from the wife. Got sick of heating my breezeway with the heat from the coal stove. Put a blanket between kitchen and breezeway and it did make a difference. Unfortunately the undersized (I think) baseboard can't even keep the breezeway above 55-60 deg. My coal stove in the basement can keep a whole house warmer than that. When it was in the minus digits last week the breezeway zone didn't stop running. The breezeway is on its own zone so I don't mind running the oil burner just to keep the breezeway warm, (laundry area) but like I said the baseboard stinks. Very little heat radiation. Return water temp from the baseboard zone is almost the same temp as the supply. The breezeway does have newer windows and spray foam insulation. Can't wait till spring so this crappy baseboard can meet the same fate as so many cast iron radiators. Maybe there's a problem with it, but I don't care. It's coming out. The replacement radiator came out of a 1800's hotel ballroom. I'll be in my t-shirt and underwear while doing laundry! Long live the radiator! Matt.
is it me or does that thing look like he's going to need a Crane to drop it in place (maybe the photo is deceiving with the car in background?)... she sure looks BIG... heat the horse barn with that biatch!
Wow Matt your bride must think your special, are you sure she didn't steel it from Seabrook's cooling, you know they have to be careful water returned to the sea is not too warm If I read of fishkills up your way I will have my answer
Nice Monte! I miss mine. Even though it was a total POS, I still drove it daily for over 2 years all over New England and NY and it never left me stranded .... except that one time in the auto parts store parking lot when the starter took a dump. Best place to break down, but, of course, they were closed ...
That radiator should do the trick - that's a good sized one.