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Start by looking at the heat loss in this new room/rooms.
Check to see if your boiler is able to heat this extra load.
Where can you connect to the flow / return
 
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If it is a radiator system you need to calculate the radiator heat output required and then choose a radiator size to exceed that.

There are many different sizes and underfloor is another option for a new built part.

A good heating engineer will source a size that will fit in well with your room designs and layouts.
 
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If it is a radiator system you need to calculate the radiator heat output required and then choose a radiator size to exceed that.

There are many different sizes and underfloor is another option for a new built part.

A good heating engineer will source a size that will fit in well with your room designs and layouts.

Nearly 4 years later......
 

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