43,026 Electric Heating Home Design Photos

C O N T E N T Architecture
Houston Loft
Ideabooks8,360
Questions2
Love the electrical how do you ask for it?
We love this space and are building our own place. What do you ask for for the exposed electrical? Is it just galvanized electrical pipe? Or is the terminology different? And the exposed ducting, is that for the hvac? Thanks!!
exposed concrete ceiling, electrics, compact kitchen
Exposed ducting and electrical conduit are also common in urban loft spaces, where exposed brick walls have no inner wall through which the mechanicals can be routed out of view
“bad” — c1955
jARCHITECTS: Jim Rymsza, AIA
5 Reviews
Craftsman Second Story Addition
Ideabooks8,288
Questions10
coatings. These coatings are great because they cut out 40 to 70 percent of the heat but still allow the light through. That means a low U-factor and SHGC but high VT. Spectrally selective coatings can be used to reduce the electric-based cooling needs of new houses in hot climates by more than 40 percent
7. Upgrade your electrical panel. Take a really good look at your electrical panel. If it’s 100 amperes and every slot is filled, chances are that you're a prime candidate for a panel upgrade. Even
“mini corbels at upper window” — lucy95120
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
Division Street
Ideabooks4,532
Questions7
Fixture | Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.
Fire sprinkler pipe with electrical wiring for lighting?
It appears from this photo that the fire sprinkler and electrical wiring are in the same pipe or conduit. Is this correct?
if they had done with radiant heat/cool and a fan or two, they could probably do away with the duct work which would have been cleaner.
“Interior love 3” — bworker2014
Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
River House
Ideabooks31,396
Questions23
Architect Series 30" Single Electric Wall Oven
oven in my perimeter counters as an electric oven wih gas cooktop. My ovens are seperated as I have 3 adults daughters and we need room to cook those holiday dinners. That and the Kitchenaid vents hot air in front so two side by side baking at the same time would heat me out of the kitchen.
possibility of electric overn under island - one side could be open shelves for cutting board & platters - other side drawers or open shelves
“Cabinet color” — homestostyle
Johnson + McLeod Design Consultants
East Vancouver Home Remodel
Ideabooks1,680
Questions4
this is an electric unit, that does have a heat source and fan, and I believe was purchased from Home Hardware years ago, Home Depot also stocked them
like the electric fireplace with the pop of color on the table
Hearth mount stove, propane or electric. Very clean lines
“Pedastel” — Naomi Blake Marshall
Rad Design Inc
5 Reviews
Market
Ideabooks6,753
Questions1
the design...no clutter. I also like the openness of the room and the wooden beams and floor. Lots of natural light as well. I like the way the electrical conduits are routed in the open too. The only thing different I would have done was to paint the A/C duct work white.
Beautiful restful room but would move the bed over. The bed should not be under a beam or have electrical conduit running behind it. Bad energy. Feels like bad things are around you while you are sleeping. I'd love to live here.
Uneven floors can also be evidence of a structural problem or an issue with the soil the home is built on. You should also take a peek inside the electrical box. If it’s a mess, that’s a good indication that you’re going to have to do some rewiring.And if the home has ever been remodeled, make sure it’s
“Super poutre” — victoria1999
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Capitol Hill
Ideabooks270
Questions1
shades prevent excessive heat gain without sacrificing the view. Hidden systems affect the energy consumption of the house such as the buried geothermal wells and heat pumps that aid in both heating and cooling, and a 30 panel photovoltaic system mounted on the roof feeds electricity back to the grid.
“Colours” — charis9999
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Capitol Hill
Ideabooks888
Questions1
shades prevent excessive heat gain without sacrificing the view. Hidden systems affect the energy consumption of the house such as the buried geothermal wells and heat pumps that aid in both heating and cooling, and a 30 panel photovoltaic system mounted on the roof feeds electricity back to the grid.
“Color” — ress1023
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