Question about Heating & Cooling
Posted by Anonymous on
That is not possible, unless it is a woodburner or a fireplace. The woodburner is usually put outdoors and it heats the water in radiator lines that go into the house to the furnace, that might be your best option.
Most of the other units would have a safety that would kick a blower on and cool the units down before it could reach that temperature and maintain that temperature.
Trying to maintain that temperature is not good for your house.
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