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Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks16,899
Questions14
Does this ceiling treatment (no insulation) cause heating problems on the main level? Does sound travel up?
insulation. I have been told that removing the insulation would increase my heating bill and that sound would travel. Would like to have access to the ceiling
to keep the ceiling exposed to gain more space but we want radiant heat for the flooring. There is already a cement floor in place, can you tell me what
Electric heat mats are a great way to add heating to a space without taking up a lot of room with bulky heaters
existing concrete floors is to cover them with ceramic tile over an electric heat mat. You will probably want to level the floor anyhow since most garage
thickness of floor with radiant heat?
“white ceiling” — Ross Martin
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks32,085
Questions20
Does this house have radiant heat instead of forced air? And, if radiant, are the basement floors heated?
This house has forced air heating and cooling. Radiant heat is a great upgrade if your budget allows it. Thanks.
Sectioning off heating system.
“Wood slat walls” — mtgwatson
Urban Abode
6 Reviews
Contemporary Basement
Ideabooks66,828
Questions53
Have you had any heat issues with the tv this close to the fireplace?
our tv over the Montigo fireplace and I'm a bit worried about how much heat it puts out. I may have my metal fabricator add a few inches to the mantel.
Hi sanctuaryhome, no - we have had no issues with heat. First - there is about 16-18" from the top of the fireplace to the t.v
simple barrier. Fourth, the unit is equipped with thermostatic fans that blow heat out into the room, rather then letting it just radiate up. Hope that helps
problems installing a gas fire below a tv , not sure of safety issues with heat ? thankyou
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Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Synergy Design & Construction
10 Reviews
Ashburn Contemporary Basement - Pool Area & Bar
Ideabooks42,718
Questions25
Our basement is very dry, just a one time issue. Did you put down radiant heat? And, what type of pad did you use?
The floors in this basement do not have radiant heat. Basement floors do not necessitate radiant heat; it's just an "upgrade" that homeowners may consider
damage if there's a flood? Also, the other question was regarding radiant heating, but was not addressed. Will the vapor barrier protect a newly installed
carpeting should there be a flood and since the remodel is a basement, is radiant heat necessary? Thanks.
“Seating behind movie area” — Angie Elliott
Martha O'Hara Interiors
105 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
Ideabooks23,163
Questions18
There are heating elements in the floor with the brick, because yes it does get very cold up here in Minnesota. Without the heating, the flooring would
would just be too cold. We'd recommend heated flooring to go for this look in a northern region where winters tend to be very cold.
working order.Close vents in unused rooms. Conserve energy by closing up heating vents in rooms you rarely use, like the guest room or basement. Just remember
“Backsplash” — sarahhungar
Princeton Design Collaborative
9 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks12,906
Questions12
Does the ceiling product come in large sections, and can it be put over heating ducts?
It comes about 3 feet wide and lengths up to 12 feet. It is aluminum so heating ducts will not be an issue. ...
It comes about 3 feet wide and lengths up to 12 feet. It is aluminum so heating ducts will not be an issue. ...
“Flat Metallic poles.” — Missy Compton
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
18 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks39,449
Questions36
Does the heat rise into the first floor more because the ceiling is not drywalled
it in place for the time indicated. Keep the tester away from drafts and heat sources, and keep windows closed and fans off in the area during the test
This is gorgeous! How is it heated?
“Ceiling!!!” — Corina Fitznar
Ventana Construction LLC
13 Reviews
Admiral Basement
Ideabooks368
Questions0
Heat example...Radiant heat?
“Fan” — cooker470
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