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Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
New York Transformation
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What species of wood is used on the patio?
I would like a substantial fireplace in this kind of room. Maybe not this big but big enough to provide heat to use the room well into the fall and early spring
Backyard Exterior: This is just genius! An outdoor patio that's screened off, but still has an outdoor fireplace!
“I would like a substantial fireplace in this kind of room. Maybe not this big but big enough to prov” — boobooandbean
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Studio William Hefner
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William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks93,505
Questions42
What color was used on patio door wall? Thank you
http://www.houzz.com/photos/4046486/French-Quarter-Residence-traditional-exterior-new-orleans http://www.houzz.com/photos/1691904/Custom-Homes-traditional-patio-other-metro We offer similar Renaissance solid bronze doors & windows to the above. Here is our Houzz pictures of them- http://www.houzz.com/proje
Perfect patio exit right by the dining table
interesting idea to open up into front patio area. These doors are glass, but different than basic sliding glass door.
U-factor: How fast a window allows nonsolar heat to pass through it. The lower the U-factor number, the more energy efficient the window.
“Lighting” — gamegagman
Daniel Nolan for Flora Grubb Gardens
Sunken Succulent/ Cacti Garden
Ideabooks2,836
Questions1
Vertical raised beds. In cold country, the concrete would create a micro climate that would heat up quickly in the spring.
Back patio by steps coming down
innovative vertical garden for patio or city space
Love this idea for the back patio
Backyard or front patio.
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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Ideabooks3,547
Questions4
at the end our our patio and anchor it at either end to secure it. When not using the curtain it can be opened and slide to either end of the rod. This will add coziness to the patio for evenings and in the winter months to sit outside. Later add a heater to the roof for more heat in the winter.
Panels for shade on patio
Use tropical palms/plants on patio
patio layou...Plants on patio...patio curtains...patio furniture
“drapes” — msadig
Pearson Design Group
1 Review
Mountain Modern
Ideabooks621
Questions2
amount of insulation in the cavity. And whenever it snows, the flat roof supports an additional insulating blanket. The R-value, or resistance to heat flow, for snow is about R-1 per inch. That means 12 inches of snow on a flat roof creates an additional R-12 of insulation that arrives at a time of
right amount of insulation in the cavity. And whenever it snows, the flat roof supports an additional insulating blanket. The R-value, or resistance to heat flow, for snow is about R-1 per inch. That means 12 inches of snow on a flat roof creates an additional R-12 of insulation that arrives at a time of
performance. All of these values are meant to help you understand the thermal resistance of a certain material or combination of materials to conductive heat flow. In the U.S., it’s actually legally required to provide the R-value of certain building materials at the point of sale (and sometimes in the a
“clean and low” — Pam D.
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
The Passage
Ideabooks7,683
Questions4
but after a Scandinavian trip, the couple came back with a smaller woodstove like this one in mind," says Verbridge. "It throws out lots of heat; it can heat the entire kitchen," she says. This is one of the cozy spots the wife enjoys curling up in.If you're on the fence about the aesthetics of a television
Pro: Lower long-term heating costs. According to Popular Mechanics, the average annual fuel cost to keep a woodstove going is nearly half the price of oil and still slightly less
“lighting my interest” — Morris Ngo
Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Encino Modern
Ideabooks5,804
Questions6
big door onto patio, indoor light set-up, bar
decreasing a window's U-factor.Heat-absorbing tints. These come in colors such as blue, green, gray, bronze or black. Tint doesn't lower a window's U-factor, but inner glass layers or spectrally sensitive coatings can be added to help with that. Gray and bronze reduce heat and light; blue and green allow
Window GlazingThere are a variety of options for your window glass, too: gas fills, heat-absorbing tints, insulated (double- or triple-glazed), low-E coatings, reflective coatings and spectrally selective coatings.Gas fills. The most common
allow more visible transmittance (VT) but only slightly reduced heat transfer.
“zöldfral” — koviandi
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
Olive Tree Lane
Ideabooks63,471
Questions236
What color furniture with a brick patio?
They are quite expensive, between 10k and up. They should not be considered heating elements, they will heat the room they are in through radiant heat (they are sealed).
Institute website: http://nficertified.org. The shallowest gas fireplace that comes to mind that still looks looks a little like a fireplace is the Heat & Glo Soho: http://www.heatnglo.com/Products/Soho-Gas-Fireplace.aspx?page=Specifications It's only 11 1/2" deep. The Solaris is shallower at 5 1/2"
“floor and fire place” — taiping
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