yea, i have air handle in attic. my house was built in 1976 and had electric radiant in ceiling, wall heaters in bathrooms, toe space heater in kitchen. we remodeled bathrooms and kitchen in last 2 years and i decided 2 install radiant floor heat in bathrooms and kitchen. we like it so far :thumbup:nice, i have installed a few boilers with radiators or base board, but never radiant. hope to do one some day. do have A/C? regular air handler w/duct work or high velocity.
the instructions that came with pump said that as long as there was more than 20psi it could be installed in any positionI don't think the Taco is supposed to be installed like that. Last I looked the motor shaft has to be horizontal. You might want to look at that and possibly change it to add some life to the motor.
this is my 1st hot water heat job....still learning. thanks for the suggestionNot bad looking work.
A quick question - I noticed you had 2 Wirsbo seperate manifolds for your radiant and you had zone valves feeding each of those manifolds. Why did you bother buying the Wirsbo manifolds if you are just going to use Zone valves to feed them? Don't get me wrong - I'm all for using good quality manifolds if needed, but because you are using zone valves and not actuators you could have built your own manifold using header stock and some dahl balancing valves and saved some good $$$ and it would have done every bit as good of a job.