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 What Is a Heater's Integral Limit Control?

Answer A heating system’s thermostat device may include features that allow users to regulate furnace operations in different ways. Thermostat settings work in conjunction with a heating system’s comp... Read More »
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What are the pros/cons of tank-less gas water heaters (vs. traditional heaters)?

The tankless ones cost about 3 times what a regular water heater does.
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Can you have 2 heaters with different watts give the same BTu's example of heaters-both 13650BTu 1240 volt radiator with settings for 600 900 1500 watts or a 24000watt 240 volt fan forced electic?

no you can not it would ruin your system for good. You have to get a heaters with the same watts
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What Is an integral garage?

An integral garage is a building for parking vehicles, attached to another building, such as a house. Typically, integral garages have three walls, a roof and a door opening large enough for vehicl... Read More »
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