That wouldn’t heat an out house up here.
Work great in Canada.
Well, technically you are south of Mike and myself.
Good for you , Many do not know over 33% of USA not counting Alaska is further North then the southern part of Canada … Roy
Amazing, isn’t it?
[FONT=Times New Roman][size=3]I live about 1 mile from Lake Ontario it never freezes so it is milder in the winter and cooler in the summer . We have Flowers in our garden and I will have to cut my grass soon.
Some Birds are sitting on eggs .I have a friend who lives just south of Watertown NY and when I told him we had little snow He laughed and said you are teasing me you live in Canada . he had over ten feet and we had about 4 inches ,
He came up to go Ice fishing and was surprised big time.
So what is that ,a big toaster or a backwards air conditioner?.
It would definitely heat your house without any trouble at all.
That’s only because I supply a fair amount of hot air myself.
Hey Mike, I don’t think you got it. Brian was referring to you being full of s h i t.
Good morning Linus.
Try to think happy thoughts today.
So what is on the other end of those flex lines with the brass fittings 100 hp boiler, heat pump, conventional water heater inquiring minds want to know;-)
My guess would be a conventional tank-type water heater. That’s all I’ve ever seen in our “southern” climate…
Ginormus Condo Complex Charley, I never did locate the Central Plant to know for sure how the Hot Water/ Chilled Water was made.