153 vent Basement Design Photos

Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
winter storms) is a good time to make sure it is in 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 to reopen the vents if you do have a guest.
“TL finishes” — tspall
Dalton Distinctive Renovations
5 Reviews
mechanical room? Older homes tend to have 80 percent (or less) efficient furnaces and hot water heaters. These gas and oil-fired appliances need to vent vertically, which means that many of them are clustered around a mechanical chimney or other masonry chimney. Switching to new 90 percent efficient
appliances comes with two perks: lower utility bills and the ability to place them pretty much wherever you want. These furnaces and water heaters vent horizontally with PVC pipe. That means you don't have to be near a masonry chimney and will have more layout flexibility.
“باب الكبت القفل” — purpleapple
Fischer & Frichtel
1 Review
Cozy Lower Level-Bath
back into water. Then it becomes that gross stuff you don't want to clean.A vent fan is the way to get the moisture out of the house. I repeat, out of the house. Don't get me started on how many times I've seen bathrooms vented into the attic or another hidden space. Your attic may be hot or cold, but
Always vent. One of the most important parts of a bathroom in a basement is a sufficiently powerful ceiling fan to evacuate the moisture — not letting it go into the ceiling or utility room, but outside. Like, where the sky is. Steam is just a little cloud while you're showering. But after you've left
“Stander show door with tile stall” — goatwomen
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
Best of Houzz Award Winner
Our experienced team includes a licensed architect and an interior designer. As an award-winning general contractor, we provide a true design/build approach managing your project from start to finish.
Cassie Daughtrey Realogics Sotheby's Realty
11 Reviews
West Seattle Waterfront Retreat
Heat vents
“Vents” — rghalt
Princeton Design Collaborative
7 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Hi there, wondering where the vent covers on the ceiling were purchased? Thanks
“Good lighting and overall design” — Christopher Poole
Inouye Design
9 Reviews
Berkshire Residence
Au vent fenêtre bureau sous sol
“Cute idea” — relfstrand
Steele Consulting Group
1 Review
4058 Lake Park Ave.
looks like the a/c vents all around perimiter
“Furniture arrangement” — kahsefton
Jon Eric Christner ARCHITECT INC.
3 Reviews
Strand 1
vent cover
“Arch” — misspoochy
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