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Frederick + Frederick Architects
Gathering place. Needs part time heat shields. Heavy duty gas components for powerful and even heat. Powerful exhaust fan. Fire supresión. Steam generating power making battery storing power matrix setup in stone. Conductive
North VA Design & Remodeling Firm
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Nova Remodeling is a fully integrated Construction and Remodeling company specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodeling for individuals that are passionate about their home and lifestyle.
Elizabeth P. Lord Residential Design
How do you manage solar gain? I dream of a dining room like this but worry that the room would, unavoidably, build up too much heat.
how to do the roof??? half walls not glass to floor - place for radiators? underfloor heating?
Manzanita Drive - patio
This house by Burton Architecture doesn't need to allow much sun and heat in, since it's in Berkeley, California. It welcomes the shade provided by this roof that wraps around two sides of the building.Tell us: Are you considering a large roof overhang? If you have one already, please share a photo and
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If you're harvesting from your own garden (lucky you!), cut in the morning before the heat of the day dries out the leaves. It's also recommended that you purchase your leaves in the morning to protect them from heat on the way home. And as with flowers, if you'll be traveling any distance, place them
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
My Houzz: The Perpetual Reno
This light fixture is very creative but can heat up the room a lot. If this dining room tends to be cold this fixture would be perfect to light it up and heat it up if its been on long enough.
Concord Green Home
ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house HEPA filtration system, radiant & radiator heating distribution, and low/no VOC materials. The home’s energy performance focuses on passive heating/cooling techniques, natural daylighting, an improved building envelope, and efficient mechanical systems
heat/cooling solution for duct work
UNGER & MAHNS ARCHITECTS
Correct! Rift & Quartered White Oak is 50% more stable than plain/flat sawn White Oak. That makes it the prefered solid flooring for radiant heat installations. Many of our floors made for states in the north west are for RH systems.
way produces a nice straight grain, white oak was selected because is does not 'move' too much (expand-contract, the house is equipped with radiant heat installed between the subfloor and finish floors).