Let me set the scene... A bathroom that is roughly 6x10 with only one exterior wall (6 feet). A warm air duct feeds this room in a bad spot. I want the tub/shower on that wall. I would like to turn that duct 180 degrees to feed into a hallway and heat the bathroom with in floor radiant heat. My question is, how hard is it to turn around a duct? I haven't gotten into the wall yet to see how it was put together. At the end of a run, is the part that feeds into the room usually a "cap" on the end of the rectangular duct that can simply be turned around.
Thanks in advance,