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Is this room air-conditioned or heated?
How did you air condition this room? Is it attached to the house and connected to the central air system or does it have a separate unit of some kind
This room is attached to the home and has central air conditioning. Good luck on your project! Please let us know if you have any other questions! Cheers! -Lucy Interior Design
The room has both air conditioning and heating. Its a year-round room and these are casement windows. Thank you very much for your interest in our work! Cheers, Lucy.
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
Hi Whykat, I found this one in Buenos Aires, AR, but I think a co. by the name of Global Views makes one similar. Best, Michael
HI Sothere, The lamps are custom made.... I found the plaster urns in Buenos Aires, added a Lucite base to them and had them wired into lamps
Thanks for the compliment! They were custom made in Buenos Aires.
I designed it and had it made in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The pulls are silver plated!!!
They were custom made in Buenos Aires, Argentina! Sorry!
Ventana Construction LLC
roof. M1501.1 Outdoor discharge. The air removed by every mechanical exhaust system shall be discharged to the outdoors in accordance with Section M1506.2. Air shall not be exhausted into an attic, soffit, ridge vent or crawl space. M1506.2 Exhaust openings. Air exhaust openings shall terminate not
openings into the building and 10 feet (3048 mm) from mechanical air intakes except where the opening is located 3 feet (914 mm) above the air intake. Openings shall comply with Sections R303.5.2 and R303.6. R303.5.2 Exhaust openings. Exhaust air shall not be directed onto walkways.
Echelon Custom Homes
Are the fans placed to blow horizontally as part of the functional design because each moves more air? Or is each fan simply turned 90' as a visual piece to attract the eye?
room (we cannot tell a difference in the room temps or air movement with it on or off), if it is not running full time in the summer, our loft area gets really hot. It does a good job of moving the air up in the high ceiling and keeps our upstairs air conditioners from having to run full time. The thermostat
thermostat up there is in the game room/loft, so when it's hot, the air conditioner won't turn off, and freezes everyone in the upstairs bedrooms right out. It really does help keep the temperatures evened out better and is cheaper to run all the time than the AC. Another thing to note: we have this one
Schrader & Companies
Spur Road - Edina, MN
Here is a picture of the Minka Aire Kafe in Kocoa finish available at Hansen Wholesale: ...
Minka Aire Kafe is similar: ... :) Rhoda
modern aire out of california - speak with sam
hood is actually from Modern Aire
all bosch appliances except the hood - that is Modern Aire
custom hoods from Modern Aire
I am thinking about an Air King corner mount for our outdoor living space but I am worried about the noise level from an industrial fan.
I was also worried and spoke to a rep at air king. She said the noise is louder due to its industrial leanings and the air lower. I eventually changed my mind and gave in on putting a chandelier on the patio, which is really what I wanted. Instead, we will do pot lights along with a BigAss fan, the
Jmorley - did you ever find out who made the fan? Looking for the same thing and a little worried about the air king with noise.
Paul McKean architecture llc
Steur Alverez bathroom
behind regularly. Try and bring fragrance in to help keep the air smelling fresh as well. Many people prefer clean and fresh scents, like clean laundry and crisp air scents. (In which I always say - open up your windows more often and let fresh air in.) If you like florals, there is no man made scent that
smells as great as fresh flowers. Try and bring them into your home regularly. For more ongoing scents - consider using incense, fragrance candles, or air filter fragrances can be placed near your vents in your home. Many home furniture and fine housewares stores sell fragrance sachets for your clothing