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Barker O'Donoghue Master Builders
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Carver
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400 sq. ft. ground-up house features environmentally-conscious materials and systems throughout including photovoltaic panels, finishes and radiant heating. Features of the comfortable family home include a skylight oculus, glass stair-rail panels, wood ceilings and room dividers, a soaking tub, and a
In a house that has radiant heated floors do you still need the traditional AC system that blows cooled air through ducts?
pictured above was installed through a warmboard subfloor system. If you already have a forced air system in your house adding the radiant heat as a second heating system just for the basement will most likely be an expensive exercise, even though your feet would love it.
system: It can be used for cooling as well as heating. You can also reap extra savings by combining it with more efficient heat production systems, such as a heat pump or solar water heater. Here in Emilia-Romagna, Italy, for example, one-third of all heat production in a home must be through renewables
“the floor tiles” — uduak
Seattle Area
Remodeling Showroom
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In Situ Architecture
skidmore passivhaus
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heat recovery ventilator for passive house
The house uses a heat recovery ventilator, common in passive design, for fresh, filtered air and enhanced climate control. “The ventilator captures the heat from the exhausted air, and uses that heat to warm the fresh
Situ ArchitectureSave to IdeabookEmail Photo The house uses a heat recovery ventilator, common in passive design, for fresh, filtered air and enhanced climate control. “The ventilator captures the heat from the exhausted air, and uses that heat to warm the fresh outside air to room temperature, all while
The house uses a heat recovery ventilator, common in passive design, for fresh, filtered air and enhanced climate control. “The ventilator captures the heat from the exhausted air, and uses that heat to warm the fresh outside air to room temperature, all while
“别墅” — dazlkliop
jessop architects
Masons Ave Renovation
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advice for their projects from professionals like ourselves. You might have noticed that we offered the customer unbiased information on the outdoor heating products that are available in the market. No mention was made regarding a specific brand . I encourage you not to continue disseminating unbalanced
A shaded trellis and overhead heat lamp make a patio inviting for more of the year
Vergola - heating - step out of the door
Electrically operated louvered ceiling, built in heating and BBQ.
A shaded trellis and overhead heat lamp make a patio inviting for more of the year.
7. Indoor-outdoor havenAn infra-red radiant heater reaches full operating temperature within a couple of seconds and heats an area of 20-25 square metres, making it a cosy option in an outdoor room. Available as electric
“A shaded trellis and overhead heat lamp make a patio inviting for more of the year” — catherinelizabeth
Birdseye Design
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Quaker Bluff Residence
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4. Choose your heat source. Essentially, saunas heat the body in two ways. A traditional wet-dry sauna uses an electric or wood-burning heat source with stones to raise the air temperature to a point between 160 and 190 degrees
Fahrenheit, on average. You also can produce steam by adding water to the stones in the heating element (hence the "wet" part).The newer infrared saunas use a radiant heat element that conveys heat directly to the body rather than the air, so you work up a sweat from within. Purists don't consider infrared
has space for the number of people you need to accommodate so that you're not spending the money and energy to heat unused space. You'll also want to avoid making the ceiling so high that heat rises above the level at which occupants sit — 7 feet is usually regarded as the maximum.Most home saunas for
“Like sauna” — artforest
Arkin Tilt Architects
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Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin
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The house features energy independence by necessity. Solar hot water collectors provide domestic hot water as well as space heating by flowing the heated fluid first through a heat exchanger and then into tubing buried in a 2 ft. bed of sand beneath the floor slabs. © Eric Millette Photography
The house features energy independence by necessity. Solar hot water collectors provide domestic hot water as well as space heating by flowing the heated fluid first through a heat exchanger and then into tubing buried in a 2 ft. bed of sand beneath the floor slabs
which is used to heat water. Surrounding them you can see many photovoltaic (PV) panels. These are used to convert solar power to electricity. That electricity may be used for many things, including heating water in a more conventional electric system. Solar thermal panels for heating water are usually
“The house features energy independence by necessity. Solar hot water collectors provide domestic hot” — Alexandra Wagoner
Jace Architecture
West Portal Private Residence
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brave the heat without one, here are six steps that will help you stay cool. Beach Style Exterior by Jace Architecture Jace ArchitectureSaveEmail 1. Block the Sun From Reaching Your Windows Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way to avoid summer heat is by
systems, because the best way to avoid summer heat is by blocking the sun’s rays from ever reaching the windows.
1. Block the Sun From Reaching Your Windows Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way to avoid summer heat is by blocking the sun’s rays from ever
1. Block the Sun From Reaching Your Windows Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way to avoid summer heat is by blocking the sun’s rays from ever reaching the windows.
“awnings and windows and doors” — mariehreese
Esther Hershcovich
Julie Charbonneau: Montreal, QC
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long heated towel bar
tub and the heated towel rack
Heated towel rack tall
heated towel and robe bar
ultimate heated towel bar
Heated towel rack...heated towel rack
“Towel Rack” — ormondcobb
Mclaughlin Landscape Construction
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Outdoor Rooms/Patio Covers
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The heaters you see are from a company called Infra-Tech.They are electric and can be controlled by a dial to give you low,medium,and high heat.
Heating Elements in the ceiling is a neat idea!
The heaters you see are from a company called Infra-Tech.They are electric and can be controlled by a dial to give you low,medium,and high heat.
“Red brick with stucco.” — rustyhicks
Has anyone installed and used Heat Champion heat solutions?
http://www.stollfireplace.com/heating/HeatChampion We are recommended by fireplace company to use this product, rounded $3k cost, it says more efficient...
Heating a small room when the furniture hides the heating sources
We are renting a small home and the living room has 3 of the 4 walls have hot water baseboard heater along the baseboards. To keep warm, we need to keep...
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