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Feinmann, Inc.
21 Reviews
A Room for All Seasons
Ideabooks9,475
Questions13
dreaming of: a comfortable outdoor space creating a screened porch with heating elements to extend the seasons. Our team had renovated the homes’ Kitchen
entrance to the porch. Similar to those found on the patios of restaurants, heating elements were installed. Connected to the hot tub area by a screen door
Could you tell me who manufactures the heating unit mounted on the wall and where I could
still turn the fan on in reverse to help circulate the heat? Or does that not work since they heat objects, not spaces?)?
What brand is the heater. Do you find infrared more effective for heating such spaces. Do basic convection principles apply when using infrared (for
and maybe use either radiant floor heating or baseboard heating (and then you'd use the fans to redistribute the heat that rises from the floor). ...
“Fan, lights” — tici914
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Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks1,418
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shutters or some kind of shades; would have installed radiant heated floor rather than heated concrete right under the window.
bath house, in front of a sunlit window. The bench underneath the window is heated concrete. The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and creates a more
bath house, in front of a sunlit window. The bench underneath the window is heated concrete. The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and creates a more
bath house, in front of a sunlit window. The bench underneath the window is heated concrete. The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and blurs the
“Tub” — Clara Decker
JJC Design P/L
Wheelers Hill
Ideabooks400
Questions1
6. Install a heated towel railHead over to your local bathroom supply store or browse online and find a heated towel rail for added comfort and warmth
remember to turn it on well before you hop into the shower to give it time to heat up.
work, heated towel rack along wall...Ceiling to floor heated towel...Heated towel rack...heated towel rack
“Heated towel rack” — pnjie
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks1,376
Questions1
net-zero) guidelines absorb enough heat from the sun and other sources to eliminate the need for mechanical heating.
windows and doors let in plenty of low sunlight in winter, generating lots of heat that is then trapped within the supertight envelope. Ideally, houses following
windows and doors let in plenty of low sunlight in summer, generating lots of heat that is then trapped within the supertight envelope.
net-zero) guidelines absorb enough heat from the sun and other sources to eliminate the need for mechanical heating.
windows and doors let in plenty of low sunlight in winter, generating lots of heat that is then trapped within the supertight envelope. Ideally, houses following
“Willing to pull some into living room if low and double as architectural feature and pass thru top.” — rashannon
Mihaly Slocombe
5 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks3,681
Questions4
require minimal watering, a drip irrigation system was added to battle summer heat waves. Earth-toned pots on one side of the gravel driveway add a touch of
colored pots give elegance to open space in driveway(drip irrigation for summer heat)
control glare and warmth. Zoning doors must be opened and closed to minimise heating needs during winter.”
require minimal watering, a drip irrigation system was added to battle summer heat waves. Earth-toned pots on one side of the gravel driveway add a touch of
control glare and warmth. Zoning doors must be opened and closed to minimise heating needs during winter.’
“Roof detail w straight wall” — glaban
Rudolfsson Alliker Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Bellevue Hill Sydney
Ideabooks3,427
Questions10
Can you tell me if your heating and cooling cost are increased with such a large
Hi, Heating and cooling requirements are increased as a result of the large areas of
cloudy days, the vast spaces created by vaulted ceilings can be difficult to heat. Double glazing is the way to go to trap any natural winter warmth inside
making your final decision. A freezing cold house or one that swelters in the heat of the western sun will be much harder to live in.
cloudy days, the vast spaces created by vaulted ceilings can be difficult to heat. Double-glazing is the way to go to trap any natural winter warmth inside
cloudy days, the vast spaces created by vaulted ceilings can be difficult to heat. Double glazing is the way to go to trap any natural winter warmth inside
“Open plan yet set spaces” — Jane Franke
ROWLAND BROUGHTON ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN
2 Reviews
1305 Ranch
Ideabooks24,763
Questions15
Drew, we specialize in outdoor heating. You will be provided proper information for your specific heating project. Feel free to contact us. There
Bromic heating has alot of styish options and they cover a large space
above and to the sides. They are static mounted as a result. If you want heating with a smaller footprint and more efficient as well as controllable, consider
fire mantel for additional heating and heating vents above in seating area
“Shape” — mhague81
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks3,329
Questions5
standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture
exorbitant cost of heating a home in New England, they were easily persuaded by architect Stephanie Horowitz to build a "passive" house — one heated primarily by
The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture
room That's interesting: The home consumes one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built to code requirements
With a tight envelope, the house is very well insulated and doesn't leak heat. However, the most important aspect of successful architecture is always
“for the house on Indianola” — amfmaniglia
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