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Old 04.02.2021, 01:30
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Re: Underfloor heating - strange problem

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That’s a good question. I think those are oil heating systems but electric versus hot water no idea. Additional question to be asked .

What do you think about the apartment itself?

https://www.homegate.ch/buy/30008732...os!m2-sh!md-ow


I was informed by agent that:

“The heating is a central district heating system, so the heat distribution in the floors is via hot water.

The heating system was replaced in 2004. Lifespan is around 30 - 35 years.“
The issue I would be concerned about is whether you have controls to adjust the heating in
the rooms to suit your needs.

What is the cental heating system, oil or heatpump? Some parts of Döttingen have Refuna. What are the heating costs per year and how are they calculated? Per m2 or are there individual meters? With older windows and original insulation a new system is still going to be costly.

I would also ask about the "renovation fund".
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