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Jim Godbout Plumbing and Heating
HVAC
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ClimatePanel insulating board designed to accept pex tube for radiant heat. Great for below tile in kitchen and bath areas.
Radiant heat in floor
Basement floor heating
radiant heat...In floor heating...Heated flooring...floor heating
“In floor heating” — coastpavement
Millar Howard Workshop
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The Larch House
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seal the heat in and keep the elements out, in accordance with the Passive House approach to the construction.
doors were custom made for the house and are triple glazed to seal the heat in and
to bring the outside in, doubling the size of the room in the process. These doors were custom made for the house and are triple glazed to seal the heat in and keep the elements out, in accordance with the Passive House approach to the construction.
to bring the outside in, doubling the size of the room in the process. These doors were custom made for the house and are triple glazed to seal the heat in and keep the elements out, in accordance with the Passive House approach to the construction
to bring the outside in, doubling the size of the room in the process.’ These doors were custom made for the house and are triple glazed to seal the heat in and keep the elements out, in accordance with the Passivhaus approach to the build.
“Double height but not!” — peter1206
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
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Terra-Cotta Pots are Excellent for Growing Eggplants, Peppers, and Tomatoes
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directly on the ground to absorb additional heat. Consider darker containers or containers made from metal to warm up the soil. If your site is especially warm, place the pot on a spacer or consider a mobile salad table to shade plants from afternoon heat.
0. Respond to your microclimate. “Pay attention to the way the shadows fall across the space throughout the year, and put heat- and sun-loving plants in the sunniest, warmest spots, and leafy greens where they’ll get some shade,” says Masley. “If you want to see how the shadows
attention to the way the shadows fall across the space throughout the year, and put heat- and sun-loving plants in the sunniest, warmest spots, and leafy greens where they’ll get some shade,” says Masley. “If you want to see how the shadows fall in six months, check the shadows of the full moon — that’s
“jaivik kheti” — sanskruti investment
Blinds.com
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Graber Crowned Vinyl Vertical Blinds
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solar heat gain while maintaining desired light, ventilation and privacy. When closed and lowered on a sunny window, reflective blinds (white or near white) are capable of reducing heat gain by 45 percent.
Blinds Both interior and exterior blinds help reduce solar heat gain
closed and lowered on a sunny window, reflective blinds (white or near white) are capable of reducing heat gain by 45 percent. Ideal locations: South- and west-facing windows. Best uses: Reducing heat gain where you still want options for light, ventilation and privacy.
Blinds - both interior and exterior blinds help reduce solar heat gain while maintaining desired light
help reduce solar heat gain while maintaining desired light, ventilation and privacy. When closed and lowered on a sunny window, reflective blinds (white or near white) are capable of reducing heat gain by 45 percent. Ideal locations: South- and west-facing windows.Best uses: Reducing heat gain where you
“diff directions” — fh77295
450 Architects, Inc.
450 architects - Sonoma Residence
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designed to soak up sun and heat," he says. "We studied the length of every overhang to see how much sun and heat you're going to get from them at every time of year and day." The house also has a radiant hydronic heating system to provide additional warmth.
grove of trees as natural convection cooling. Passive solar designs. Studying the overhangs' lengths to see the amounts of sun & heat gotten 24/7. Radiant hydronic heating system.
big south-facing windows designed to soak up sun and heat," he says. "We studied the length of every overhang to see how much sun and heat you're going to get from them at every time of year and day." The house also has a radiant hydronic heating system to provide additional warmth.
“Trim color, windows” — kathyfarstad
picpics
Dennis Wedlick images
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mass to collect and store heat generated during the day. At night, the heat stored in the floor radiates back out into the rooms.
has views of the great room and out to the landscape beyond. The concrete floor is a large thermal mass to collect and store heat generated during the day. At night, the heat stored in the floor radiates back out into the rooms.
has views of the great room and out to the landscape beyond. The concrete floor is a large thermal mass to collect and store heat generated during the day. At night, the heat stored in the floor radiates back out into the rooms.More info:Learn more about the design and workings of this housePassive
“nice dull grey stained concrete floor” — Karen Franks
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
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Bulbine frutescens 'Hallmark'
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blooms in spring through fall, and in temperate climates you’ll see flowers (and pollinators) all season long. The ‘Hallmark’ cultivar is a little less heat tolerant than the straight species and will survive in temperatures as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Plant it in well-drained soil and maintain it with
blooms in spring through fall, and in temperate climates you’ll see flowers (and pollinators) all season long. The ‘Hallmark’ cultivar is a little less heat tolerant than the straight species and will survive in temperatures as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Plant it in well-drained soil and maintain it with
blooms in spring through fall, and in temperate climates you’ll see flowers (and pollinators) all season long. The ‘Hallmark’ cultivar is a little less heat tolerant than the straight species and will survive in temperatures as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Plant it in well-drained soil and maintain it with
“euphorbia” — Harvesterra
Prefabulous World
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France. It has no heating system, instead relying on home orientation, sturdy prefabricated wood panels, bamboo siding and an industrious design to stay warm. The large windows of the bedrooms face south to capture sunlight, while the north side, with fewer windows, prevents heat from escaping. The
France. It has no heating system, instead relying on home orientation, sturdy prefabricated wood panels, bamboo siding and an industrious design to stay warm. The large windows of the bedrooms face south to capture sunlight, while the north side, with fewer windows, prevents heat from escaping.
in France.It has no heating system, instead relying on home orientation, sturdy prefabricated wood panels, bamboo siding and an industrious design to stay warm. The large windows of the bedrooms face south to capture sunlight, while the north side, with fewer windows, prevents heat from escaping.The Passive
“shutters” — Ian Hinds
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