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Christian Rice Architects, Inc.
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Flora Residence
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heating in ceiling and sliding pocket doors could open super big
Heating element and comfort
Heating elements in ceilling
ceiling heater floor heat/radiant heat
Heat lamp
“Heating element and comfort” — myckwayne
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Noel Cross+Architects
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Villa Terra
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power back to the grid when it is needed most, on hot summer afternoons. 6. Hydronic Radiant Heat Floor Use of hydronic radiant floor heating system saves energy, is more efficient for residential heating, is more comfortable for inhabitants, and promotes superior indoor air quality over forced air
use as interior stud walls. Garage doors were salvaged from a remodel project in Mountain View. 11. Ground Source Heat Pump - Ground source heat pump uses geothermal energy to heat the house and domestic water, greatly reducing natural gas and fossil fuel consumption. 12. Low VOC Paint Clay Plaster
integral part of the passive solar design of the house. These features help keep the house naturally cooler in summer and retaining heat in winter, greatly reducing the heating and cooling loads and energy use. 2. High Content Fly Ash Concrete Foundation Use of high content (25%) fly ash (industrial waste
“10. Extensive Use of Other Reclaimed Materials Two antique reclaimed European stone fireplace mantle” — marika999
Kariouk Associates
Stacey-Turley Residence
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Heidegger’s lines about gathering are set on bronze plaques. It should be noted that heat also comes in the form of passive heating through the large expanses of glass on the ends, and from the stone floors, which absorb the heat and radiate it at night.
flush base and heat sink wall (for basement?)
Heidegger’s lines about gathering are set on bronze plaques. It should be noted that heat also comes in the form of passive heating through the large expanses of glass on the ends, and from the stone floors, which absorb the heat and radiate it at night.
“wood burning stove” — Bern Toomey
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
A Ranch Home Transformed into a Contemporary Forest Oasis
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Radiant floor heating and domestic hot water are supplied by a natural gas tankless hot-water heater. "Excess heat is collected and circulated to the lower floors with a high-velocity air system," he says. "The original home at more than half the size had a huge oil burner to heat the house."
love the windows and passive solar heating. In winter the radiant floor system gets turned off with the sun hitting the floor
says. Radiant floor heating and domestic hot water are supplied by a natural gas tankless hot-water heater. "Excess heat is collected and circulated to the lower floors with a high-velocity air system," he says. "The original home at more than half the size had a huge oil burner to heat the house."Air system:
“Floor and big windows” — healthyhabit
Besch Design, Ltd.
2 Reviews
Loft Condo Renovation
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Radiant Heat flooring systems will usually have an engineered wood floor over them if the client wants wood floors. They are much more stable than solid flooring.
As the ceiling-mounted ductwork didn’t efficiently heat the 26-foot-high volume, radiant floor heating was added during the renovation. Radiant heating: Danfoss North America
floor-to-ceiling draperies for a dramatic effect. As the ceiling-mounted ductwork didn’t efficiently heat the 26-foot-high volume, radiant floor heating was added during the renovation.Radiant heating: Danfoss North America
“Wood on walls” — gjbjkjrj
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
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It vents to the outside. The stone protects floor from heat.
Wood-burning stoves aren’t just for living areas; they’re useful wherever extra heat is needed, or perhaps where heat will best be circulated. If you’re considering adding one to your home, be sure to consider
Rais near stairs to heat upstairs too and vent out roof??
Wood-burning stoves aren’t just for living areas; they’re useful wherever extra heat is needed, or perhaps where heat will best be circulated. If you’re considering adding one to your home, be sure to consider all your options. One near the stairs may
Maintaining your furnace will help it run more efficiently. During the colder months when you're using heat regularly, you should check your furnace monthly and replace/clean filters as needed. A good, clean filter will also improve the air quality inside your home by removing dust
“FIreplace” — marysullivan27
Burpee
Zinnia Zahara Double Fire
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The best planting move is to set out heat-loving vegetables and flowers, such as the zinnias shown. The main chore is to get your watering systems and schedules in order for the dry season ahead. Set out heat-living annual flowers. These are pretty quick to bloom and easy
Plant annuals and perennials. Be careful with planting in August — many plants will not prefer to set down roots and establish in the kind of heat we typically get. I never plant trees, shrubs or very large landscape plants at this time of year, but there are some annuals and perennials that you
zinnias here, like heat. annual flowers - easy to plant from nursery packs ageratum, bedding begonias, celosia, lobelias, marigolds, petunias, portulaca-----marigolds and
“Annuals” — doriand
Altius Architecture, Inc.
North Kingsway Residence
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which link the two spaces. (Hint: The white wall beyond the glass wall on the left is the line between old in the foreground and new beyond.) Radiant heating also ties them together: in-floor in the addition and a retrofitted, staple-up application in the original house.
Solution for narrow interior to create open space and radiant heat.
(Hint: The white wall beyond the glass wall on the left is the line between old in the foreground and new beyond.)Heating methods also tie the two parts of the house together: underfloor heating in the extension gives way to a more traditional ignition fireplace in the original house.
which link the two spaces. (Hint: The white wall beyond the glass wall on the left is the line between old in the foreground and new beyond.)Radiant heating also ties them together: in-floor in the addition and a retrofitted, staple-up application in the original house.
“Stairs & landing” — Mdp Construction
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