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Old 02-20-2019, 05:10 PM
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Location: Wainwright, Alberta
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Originally Posted by digr View Post
If you go floor heat you will never regret it, spendy but that's what I have and love it. Do they allow floor drains in that neck of the woods?


Not sure if they are allowed or not. This area is so flat that having a floor drain would be tough to find a spot to drain to.

I also find that because the air tends to be dry, water on floors evaporates quickly. Right now we have two humidifiers running non-stop in the house, adding about 2-3 gallons of water to the air each day, and even in a xlosed bathroom a shower barely steams up the mirror.

The house garage rarely has water on it for more than a day from the car this winter, so I suspect that I can live with any vehicle drips.


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