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My L-shape kitchen has radiator heat that takes prime wall space. If I remove it what other type of unit can I use?

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Is there a unit that provides heat and airconditioning that I can use for my kitchen? I'm in the middle of renovations and I'm not sure what to look for. My kitchen is approx 200 sq ft. I'd like to be able build in a unit under a large window but only have 18" of space. Will this work?




 

 

Is there a unit that provides heat and airconditioning that I can use for my kitchen? I'm in the middle of renovations and I'm not sure what to look for. My kitchen is approx 200 sq ft. I'd like to be able build in a unit under a large window but only have 18" of space. Will this work?

If you intend to place cabinets or built-ins in the location where the existing radiator is located, you have a few options available.

For heating only, you can replace the old...


 

 

 
 
 

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