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The room thermostat does not control the boiler directly. Instead, it controls a circulating pump that draws heat from the boiler and delivers it to the radiator(s) in the room. It is the removal of heat that subsequently causes the boiler to fire, when its thermostat indicates that its internal temperature has dropped because of the heat removal. It sounds ...
If they are heating pipes just box them in. You shouldn't have any issues with condensation. Just be careful not to nail/screw through them.
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