MtnDon wrote:In my case I doubt that heating pipes/tubing under the mattress would be very effective. Then ten / eleven inch thick pillow top queen size mattress is too thick, IMO. And it might be too warm for me to sleep on if there was sufficient heat to warm the air. Maybe a better idea for a TD with a thinner mattress. I do agree that radiant heat like that in a home floor provides nice even heat. However, that sort of heat is best suited to a system that is on long term. At least that is my experience with radiant floor heat in homes. Very nice to walk and live on a radiant heat floor.
Return to Plumbing & Propane Secrets
Users browsing this forum: Bing [Bot] and 2 guests