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Contemporary Kitchen
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reduce heat gain by diffusing solar radiation. Experts advise mounting the screen to an exterior frame and covering the entire window.
mesh window screens. reduce heat gain by diffusing solar radiaiton. Experts advise cover the entire frame. Ideal: east west facing windows. reducing heat gain in
A good option for the summertime to reduce the heat gain from the windows!
Mesh Window Screens Mesh window screens reduce heat gain by diffusing solar radiation. Experts advise mounting the screen
covering the entire window. Ideal locations: East- and west-facing windows. Best uses: Reducing heat gain in windows that need light all year round
Mesh window screens reduce heat gain by diffusing solar radiation. Experts advise mounting the screen to an exterior frame and
“this kitchen. windows too (slider)” — kddonnelly
Heather Merenda
Full-Tilt Reinvention for a 1950s Ranch
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A heated pergola provides protection from the elements and allows for year-round outdoor living and entertaining.
love the deck and heating element outside!
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.
“outdoor space with heater” — stefjon
Kerrie L. Kelly
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Vintage Modern Living
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and would recommend anyone working with Flex Therm to use the fastening system similar to the Nu-Heat one. http://www.nuheat.com/floor-heating/electric-floor-heat/cable.html This a link to Nu-Heat. Nu-Heat's shower instructions leave a lot to be desired, that's a discussion for another time. But the wire
Considerations for installing a heated floor
primary heat source and allowed in showers. You will find it hard to find a wire that does both. Nu-heat does. No mats are another subject - I hate them. Will never use them and recommend all my clients to avoid them like the plaque - Nu-Heat's products included. Laticrete makes some good heating wire
Robert I agree with you - many of these floor heating systems can handle most of the season but struggle on the cold cold days. Very few of these heating cables are allowed
“Flooring and hall floor” — Debbie White
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
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Russian River Studio
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they do little in terms of providing heat. If true warmth and coziness are what you’re after, you might be better off investing in a quality wood-stove, which can generate enough heat to warm an entire house on its own, or in conjunction with another source of heat.
they do little in terms of providing heat. If true warmth and coziness are what you’re after, you might be better off investing in a quality woodstove, which can generate enough heat to warm an entire house on its own, or in conjunction with another source of heat.
they do little in terms of providing heat. If true warmth and coziness are what you’re after, you might be better off investing in a quality woodstove, which can generate enough heat to warm an entire house on its own, or in conjunction with another source of heat.
“Style” — aicarumba
Mary Prince
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Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
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you may be able to cut way down on your heating bill. An active solar heating system (which usually includes panels as well as a storage tank of heated liquid) can collect and store energy from the sun, which can then be used to heat your home through radiant heat in the floors or baseboard heaters.
active solar - storage tank of heated liquid can collect which can be used to heat floors with radiant heat.
active solar heating ...have u heard of this??
Active solar. Live in a region with chilly winters but plenty of sunlight? Harness that energy by installing solar panels on your roof, and you may be able to cut way down on your heating bill. An active solar heating system (which usually includes
“Different view” — tlpilkinton
Glenvale Kitchens
Wenge and White
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microwave, and you will have to purchase magnetic cookware. The great news is that there is no tangible heat on its surface, which is helpful for the fingers of wee family members. Induction offers very even heat distribution, and a pot of water will boil within a minute, which makes this a very energy-efficient
microwave, and you will have to purchase magnetic cookware. The great news is that there is no tangible heat on its surface, which is helpful for the fingers of wee family members. Induction offers very even heat distribution, and a pot of water will boil within a minute, which makes this a very energy-efficient
countertop producer will cut a recessed line into the cutout for the cooktop, and the glass top will be installed with a silicone strip as an allowance for heat expansion. Set into a dark counter, this type of installation would make the cooktop disappear completely, for a very clean and contemporary look.
“1층주방” — Tae Gu Kim
Contemporary Bathroom
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Piazzo Heated Towel Rail (15 bar)
Radiator for heat towels!!!! Must have....
divider wall, tub area, heated towel rack
A wider perspective of the bathroom from the other side of the curved wall reveals a heated towel rack, ample bench space and, in the background, part of the glass unit that contains the full-height shower unit. Tip: When it comes to making a statement, think outside the box. Here, the partition is both
“curved contemporary” — clarejar
Contemporary Kitchen
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This is a sealed, hydronically-heated concrete floor.
material over underfloor radiant heating. It’s not ideal, but some wood flooring is designed specifically to be able to handle this kind of system. Look for layered engineered wood as opposed to solid wood planks, and ask to see certification regarding in-slab heating. Otherwise consider using wood-look
material over underfloor radiant heating. It’s not ideal, but some wood flooring is designed specifically to be able to handle this kind of system. Look for layered engineered wood as opposed to solid wood planks, and ask to see certification regarding in-slab heating. Otherwise consider using wood-look
“Polished concrete heated floor” — shannonpollard
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