I think it looks terrible, and I have small kids who would constantly be climbing all over it (and probably breaking it as well). Was just thinking the other day that I wish I had that baseboard heat back again even if it did look odd. best, toodie Yes you can convert but you may well regret it.There's a way to get central a/c done with that type of heat left intact but I'm not sure of the details. My current house has forced air heat and I hate it with a passion.If you need something different, we can most likely do it for you! We’re still updating these pages, so you may see some mess – please excuse us!If you’re interested in seeing these styles in action, click here to visit our customer gallery page!
The vents are hidden and run between walls and through attics for minimum disruption to your decor, while the condenser unit sits outside the home.When hung, the radiators have the same appearance, however the addition of fins increases the output of the panels.American Wood Vents offers a variety of products for a multitude of different situations.Since we would likely install A/C into any home we purchased, is it possible to convert to forced air heat as well? I had that kind of heat in NE when I lived there and now have forced air. Forced air heat produces all kinds of dust that travels through your home, spreads around all kinds of nasty stuff.While I realize baseboard heating does have some benefits (esp with the cost of gas), I personally don't like it. The baseboard heat is superior in my mind because it is dust free and CLEAN. Forced air heat produces more noise, is messier with having to change filters all the time and not clean like baseboard.