Do they make flexible piping for use with connecting radiators... as apposed to using copper?
I have base board radiators in my house. I need to eliminate a section of radiator (too much heat for a smaller room). It is right smack in the middle of the loop, so I would need to break the connection, then run the piping underneath the flooring through the joists, then pop up back on the other side of the room and connect back in to the other side (which goes through the wall to an adjacent room into that rooms radiator).
Unless there is some other way of doing this? I don't see how to get the copper piping down into the joists. That is why I am hoping they make flexible tubing?
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