Necessary to move heatin vents to floor?
Just starting our basement -- hearing so many different ideas from people it is hard to know what to believe.
Our basement will be drywalled with a drop ceiling and a raised insulated floor.
A non-HVAC person (actually a plumber) told us you definately need to move the heating vents down the walls near to the floor instead of keeping them in the ceiling. We do have at least one cold air return in the ceiling.
Just went to a neighbors house (same layout as ours) -- their vents our still in the ceiling of their finished basement. She said it is not cold down there.
We are in Michigan.
Don't want to spend unnecessary money.