65 radiant heating Contemporary Basement Design Photos

Synthesis Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Pushing the Envelope
Ideabooks3,389
Questions3
On-demand serves the immediate/instant heat for quick showers and small hot water quantities with a n instant response
Radiant heat and forced air for home. Radiant heat for garage.
basement - install radiant heat tubes in concrete - can also
new slab also adds the ability to install radiant” “part of a whole-house radiant system or self-contained to heat only the basement. This system can also
furnace rooms I've seen. It would be easy to get in here” “ask about radiant heat and digging down to create higher ceiling in basement” “the idea of a
ability to install radiant heat tubes in the concrete. They can be part of a whole-house radiant system or self-contained to heat only the basement. This
“Plumbing” — rblessi
Homes by DePhillips
4 Reviews
800 65th Street
Ideabooks814
Questions3
basement with radiant heat
“good flooring” — Jon Hoggard
Synergy Design & Construction
10 Reviews
Ashburn Contemporary Basement - Pool Area & Bar
Ideabooks41,924
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?
damage. 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.
“fire place” — encore3000
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Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks31,522
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.
“Exposed ceiling,1/2 wall” — deucemiller
Master Remodelers Inc.
10 Reviews
Triple award-winning Mt. Lebanon remodel is a Phoenix risen from the ashes
Ideabooks1,594
Questions10
room. The other is a construction shot showing the installation of radiant heating in the walls. We did not put the tubing in the floor, as is done in
“carpet tiles” — perham
Gabriele Pizzale Design Inc.
33 Reviews
Sienna Street
Ideabooks3,542
Questions6
Will the heat change the color of the wood at all?
I know its a direct vent and the heat comes off the glass will it change
“wall fireplace” — aharris0
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks16,701
Questions14
The basement is heated and cooled with a forced air system. Thanks,
bulkhead down the middle of the space conceals a steel beam, ductwork, heating hot water pipes and some wires. But, on the whole, we did not conceal the
“Basement and entertainment area” — charnekruger
Fredman Design Group
12 Reviews
Blackhawk
Ideabooks4,587
Questions7
glass doors in basement to keep the heat and sounds out
“Stone and sconces” — snowcat009
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