My son purchased a house with a hydronicly heated family room.
At the present time when you need heat you have to plug in the pump to circulate the water and warm the room
I have researched the equipment needed to install a thermistat control.
The queston my son has is it now takes 4 to 6 hours after the pump is turned on for the room to start heating up. How will the thermostat keep the room constant without always playing catch up with the temp lag.
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