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Full-Tilt Reinvention for a 1950s Ranch
Heater on patio is a nice touch.
Heated pergola in Vancover BC
heaters and patio couches!
- heated outdoor space
heated area on outdoor deck
pergola, heated, idea for
Heat lamps with pergola!
Glass roof and patio heater
heated outdoor spaces
A heated pergola provides protection from the elements and allows for year-round outdoor living and entertaining. The sliding doors in the background open up to the living room.
heated pergola...Heat on deck?...outside heat...glass roof patio...outdoor heating...Heated pergola!...Heater on patio
Love this. What is the size of the patio? Thanks!
love the idea of having a covered patio with seating area along the border.
Stone walls around patio - large cap for seating
Patio, covered....maybe BBQ instead of fireplace
pattern and color of patio
Adam's patio...ceiling heat...Patio heating...Seat and patio...patio 1...patio floor design...patio fireplace
European Country in Colorado
can anyone tell me about the floor on this patio. is it scored and pressed to make the big blocks.
Outdoor patio , heat lamps on the ceiling
I like this patio space. i want to know more about the floor/concrete
covered patio WITH fireplace, lots of seating
Outdoor covered patio can be accessed from kitchen, dining, office, and living room.
family room, this covered patio is one of the most used spaces in the house. A high roof with skylights, a fireplace, outdoor heaters and relaxed furniture allow the family to use the space year round. With access to the office, dining room, family room and kitchen, the patio is the perfect entertaining
outdoor patio heat lamps and ceiling detail
A Room for All Seasons
A square cut was made into the existing space and new doors were installed as one 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, the homeowners are now able to dry off in the warmth and comfort
design assistance on a project for their Belmont home that they’d long been dreaming of: a comfortable outdoor space creating a screened porch with heating elements to extend the seasons. Our team had renovated the homes’ Kitchen, Master Bedroom and Master Bath and was eager to begin work on establishing
the heater. Do you find infrared more effective for heating such spaces. Do basic convection principles apply when using infrared (for example, do you still turn the fan on in reverse to help circulate the heat? Or does that not work since they heat objects, not spaces?)?
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