Kenneth Elwell wrote:We just received a Breville oven two days ago, and it is still in the box... unboxing this weekend! (Breville Smart Oven Air)
We are hoping that it successfully replaces both our microwave oven and our toaster oven, and possibly the big oven? (we have always been dissatisfied with that oven and the range...old, electric, with the hotplate type "burners"...slow, poor heating, not responsive)
If it is good we're considering ditching the old range/oven for induction hotplates on the countertop, and gaining more lower cabinet space.
The new oven does these things:
13 preset functions: Toast, Bagel, Bake, Roast, Broil, Pizza, Cookies, Proof, Air-Fry, Dehydrate, Reheat, Warm, Slow Cook.
Once we've had a chance to try it out, I'll give it a review.
Mike Haasl wrote:If you run out of heat before morning, you'd need more water. If you still have heat in the water in the morning but the greenhouse is too cold, you need to increase your heat delivery. Thus more gpm and more cfm and hopefully not a bigger radiator.
Or at least I think that's a logical progression.....
Side note, as a test you may be able to put a box fan on the outlet of the radiator and suck air through instead of pushing it. But you'd still need to remove the inlet box since that would restrict it significantly...
paul wheaton wrote:For the sliding glass door on the west side: is that a support post right there? I would think that the existing wall would provide some support and the south side of the solarium would also be a support wall.