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Candace M P Smith Architect
1 Review
Passageways
Ideabooks1,008
Questions0
Sometimes walls are thicker between rooms to allow for heating, cooling or plumbing elements — but not by much. Carve out some of that dead space that isn’t deep enough for a full closet and use the inside for open
Don’t miss even a thin opportunity. Sometimes walls are thicker between rooms to allow for heating, cooling or plumbing elements — but not by much. Carve out some of that dead space that isn’t deep enough for a full closet and use the inside for open
Don’t miss even a thin opportunity. Sometimes walls are thicker between rooms to allow for heating, cooling or plumbing elements — but not by much. Carve out some of that dead space that isn’t deep enough for a full closet and use the inside for open shelves. The added visual depth will turn a plain
“Passageway. Tucked in shelves” — wafflemaker
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Pool House
Ideabooks3,757
Questions6
build floating shelves. Underneath the flooring is radiant heat, which is costly, but provides a level of comfort that you cannot get from forced air. Since this is next to the pool and to provide better heat conduction from the radiant heat, the flooring is tile that looks like wood rather than tile
Porcelanosa Tile! What you can't see is the radiant heat underneath which makes it even nicer. :) Rhoda http://billfryconstruction.com/
paintings up against it. However, a suspended wall, for example in a double-height area, could be an option. Ceilings work best for cooling, as opposed to heating, because cool air falls and hot air rises. Fitting the radiant system into the ceiling is usually done in commercial buildings, because the floors
“window frames” — matterinbrady
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin
Ideabooks2,798
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Project: Installing a solar thermal panel to provide hot water for residential use (either to be used right away or as part of a hydronic radiant heating system), through an indirect circulation system
to work heating your home’s water As people increasingly build better houses, with more efficient envelopes and lower energy consumption and waste, a greater percentage of the energy we do use is going toward heating water. In fact, in a Passive House and many LEED-certified houses, heating water for
a hydronic radiant heating system), through an indirect circulation system. I am only going to talk about indirect circulation systems here for a few reasons. Indirect systems use a special fluid in the actual solar thermal panel. This fluid heats up and then passes through a heat exchanger, transferring
“Energy size” — annrobb
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Portal Design Inc
1 Review
Phinney Ridge Seattle
Ideabooks1,300
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1. Only build as much space as you will use. Limiting the space you build will go a long way toward saving money on the immediate and future costs of your project. Aside from the cost savings of building a smaller space, you will realize the long-term savings in heating, cooling and cleaning
immediate and future costs of your project. Aside from the cost savings of building a smaller space, you will realize the long-term savings in heating, cooling and cleaning. Think through whether you really need that extra bedroom, extra bath and extra sink. How often will they be used? If they’re for
cool squares that kinda flow with the landscape, for a patio!
immediate and future costs of your project. Aside from the cost savings of building a smaller space, you will realize the long-term savings in heating, cooling and cleaning. Think through whether you really need that extra bedroom, extra bath and extra sink. How often will they be used? If they’re for
“not in yellow” — abigailhoffman
Lauren Rubin Architecture
4 Reviews
Central Park West Renovation
Ideabooks33,700
Questions17
specified at the start of a project and checked before the other tradespeople come to install the plumbing lines, water lines, electrical lines, heating lines, cooling lines, ductwork and low-voltage wiring.
“like additional wall storage in mirror” — pkcook60
Lee Hardcastle
Kitchen
Ideabooks4,095
Questions4
glass splashback and white kitchen....cool....love the colouring
is expelled by a building's exhaust system, makes sure your exhaust systems work properly and supplies conditioned replacement air that can be heated, cooled, humidified or dehumidified to suit your specific living environment.Depending on your local building codes, your municipality might insist on
“Kitchen” — sylvannah
PLACE architect ltd.
1 Review
PH-1 living area
Ideabooks7,533
Questions8
footage. This approach enabled Johnston and her team to build a more compact and efficient house with fewer materials; it also requires less energy to heat, cool and maintain.The kitchen and living room cabinets are formaldehyde free. "Although these particular cabinets were sourced from Italy, we've since
“fireplace and tv solution” — jaimctaggart
Our Town Plans
228 Pendleton Road
Ideabooks18,532
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First, cottages simply cost less. And we are talking about more than their purchase price. A smaller home will cost less to heat, cool, furnish and decorate.Note: Although we are talking about the adorable structures commonly referred to as cottages, these benefits apply to any small
“Cute little house” — emmafow
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