I have a trane forced hot air HVAC that heats my house. I have a small extension that is cold. How much work is involved to connect a baseboard zone to the existing forces hot air furnace? Is it relatively easy or just not possible, or in between? (Trane model 4TXCD061BC3HCAA)


You could have an HVAC company install a zone system to control the heating and A/C in both areas. Or you could add a separate system just for that room.

  • OK, you are saying it is possible. Is it a big deal? – Yehuda_NYC Nov 21 '17 at 15:52
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    @Yehuda_NYC it's impossible to say from where we sit and look at this. Typically "baseboard" heat is not powered from a forced air furnace. There is no way to tell you what is best for your situation. I suspect it is more economical for you to install a separate heater for this area, likely an electric baseboard heater. Call local heating professional s and ask them to review the possibilities. – Tyson Nov 21 '17 at 16:26

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