My pex tubing is 2- 1" pex tubes (supply & return) with foam insulation inside a 6" big- 'O' tile. We buried the line down 4-5'. It comes into a loop in the house and t's are there for the air handler, the in-floor heating, the indirect water heater, (not hooked up yet), and the heat exchanger for the hot tub (not hooked up yet). That's about all I know!One quick question...
You mention 110' ft run of underground pex.Is this pex that is installed already?And if it is could you describe it for everyone? The underground lines are a very crucial part of the system,and will determine if you have a healthy boiler system or one that you will be working twice as hard to get heat to your house.
Windows... we have Quad pane windows up here.At -40C/F we have absolutely no frost on them and you can stand next to them without getting cold.In the summer you can leave a chocolate bar on the dark stone windowsills and it will not melt in direct sunlight all day.
(Just a side note: Can I ask what window company makes quad panes? I've heard of triple, but never quad. I am going to be re-doing all the windows in my house soon, so I'm always searching for information, but I keep putting it off because I can't decide what will look right with the log exterior, and I can't decide on the interior either. Right now everything is trimmed in a warm butternut, so replacing it with white vinyl definitely isn't an option. I am leaning towards fibreglass, or maybe even Anderson wood windows (tha's what is in there now but they are almost 50 years old! Fantastic quality- they don't look nearly that old). I am intrigued by your 'dark stone windowsills'. Any chance of getting some pics? They sound interesting- & beautiful!)Thanks! Patti