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Contemporary Hall
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conductor of heat. This means we have to keep it from transferring heat between the interior and exterior of a building. Wood, meanwhile, is a poor conductor and is often seen attached to steel for this reason. Fastened to a steel support structure, wood provides a cavity within which we apply insulation.
conductor of heat. This means we have to keep it from transferring heat between the interior and exterior of a building. Wood, meanwhile, is a poor conductor and is often seen attached to steel for this reason. Fastened to a steel support structure, wood provides a cavity within which we apply insulation.
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Lovell Kitchen
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radiant heat so needed to be engineered). A local flooring company (Amber Flooring) helped us develop a very subtle grey stain and the topcoat is Bona Naturale. Hope that helps.
in-slab heating, fully integrated with the new slab of your house. In remodels, undertile or thin-profile hydronic systems may work better to minimize the additional thickness to your existing slab. Vacation home or primary home? Because a radiant system relies on slowly changing the temperature of a
space by heating or cooling a surface, it needs some time to do its magic. A weekend home would not benefit from a system like this, because you’d turn it on when you get there, and it would not start working until it’s almost time to leave. As I said before, a whole-house hydronic radiant system runs best
“study” — rodarti
Jean Longpré
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
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Heated brick floors?! That's an interesting alternative to tile.
super cottage - heated brick floors
and a heated brick parquet floor. Bricks were also used to build the fireplace, which, Longpré says, has no mantel “to make it look European.” He added casters to the furniture in the living area so that the layout can be easily rearranged.
and a heated brick parquet floor. Bricks were also used to build the fireplace, which, Longpré says, has no mantel “to make it look European.”
and a heated brick parquet floor. Bricks were also used to build the fireplace, which, Longpré says, has no mantel “to make it look European.” He added casters to the furniture in the living area so that the layout can be easily rearranged. Armchair: ABC Slipcover, Montauk Sofa
“Fireplace” — martsihlas
Elad Gonen
1 Review
kitchen
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cranks out heat when our oil heat needs a boost on freezing cold days, and with power outages often , we really count on it. This updated style would certainly be great in adding a more current style to our newly updated home. I've never seen anything like it! Where can I get one?
primary heat source.
ducted heating...heating idea...Garage heat...Heating fireplace
“This is interesting!” — gailamy
Logan's Hammer Building & Renovation
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Wittman Deck
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patio with heat and sky lights
Extension of space with heat lamps
out for heat and grill
Heat lamps for porch
fans and heat?
“color of deck” — tbasu
Jeff Luth - Soldano Luth Architects
3 Reviews
ext 3
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Look at the heat lamps in the overhang of the porch in the foreground
heat lamps in the overhang...good idea
Deck - heating elements
Heat lamps around porch roof
flat roof with heat patio
Heat lamps...inset heat lamps...recessed heat lamps
“Like” — snyders6
A Sense of Style
Mabel St Display Home
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that a heated towel rack? Who makes it? Is it brass?
Heated towel rack for master bath.
Heated towel rack? Heated tile floor?
Heated towel rack
“Color” — shannonchang
Studio MM, pllc
Creek House
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more even heat. They take quite a bit longer to come up to temperature than steel stoves of the same size, but they also hold and radiate heat longer. The casting process allows for more detailed ornamentation, and cast iron can be enameled and thus offers a broader range of colors than steel stoves. Because
prolonged heat; decorative classic design; replaceable components. Cons: Long heat-up times; heavy weight; higher maintenance; higher price.
more even heat. They take quite a bit longer to come up to temperature than steel stoves of the same size, but they also hold and radiate heat longer. The casting process allows for more detailed ornamentation, and cast iron can be enameled and thus offers a broader range of colors than steel stoves. Because
“Reno 7” — tigepop1
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