388 Electric Radiant Floor Heating Exterior Design Photos

Sherman Construction LLC
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Whole house remodel, addition & new garage
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Lowered basement floor 2ft including underdig and new foundations. All new infrastructure. Radiant floor heat, hydronic baseboard radiator heat, and forced
air cooling and humidification systems. New 2” water service and 400amp electrical service. Custom doors, trim and millwork throughout. New elevated bluestone
“nice garage” — darwinm
Sherman Construction LLC
5 Reviews
Whole house remodel, addition & new garage
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Lowered basement floor 2ft including underdig and new foundations. All new infrastructure. Radiant floor heat, hydronic baseboard radiator heat, and forced
air cooling and humidification systems. New 2” water service and 400amp electrical service. Custom doors, trim and millwork throughout. New elevated bluestone
“Windows” — ninahenderson
Chris Luthi, Architect.
19 Reviews
Ranch 2.0
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coils embedded in the concrete floors. Extra insulation from blown in fiberglass batts and closed-cell foam help retain the heat. Simple air sealing steps included
water is supplemented with the excess heat from the geothermal heat pump, which provides all the heating to the home. Heat generated from the five 250-foot
elevator down the road, and the garage includes electrical connections specifically designated for electric cars - one of which is scheduled to arrive in
employed. The photovoltaic panels should generate in excess of 8,000 KWH of electricity each year, much of which is sold back to Puget Sound Energy through their
Like the top but only two floors instead of three
“Like the top but only two floors instead of three” — ckirkevold
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
22 Reviews
Nathan Kipnis Architects, Inc.
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control and integrated solar thermal panels for the domestic hot water and radiant floor systems. The design is an Energy Star 5+ home.
This home is by architect Nathan Kipnis, who has spent the last several decades designing homes that rely on the sun for heating and other
spent the last several decades designing homes that rely on the sun for heating and other power needs. In this home, Nate orients the long face on an east/west
Passive Project, a home that relies almost completely on the sun for its heating and cooling. Taking advantage of the sun's power is growing in importance
spent the last several decades designing homes that rely on the sun for heating and other power needs. In this home, Nate orients the long face on an east/west
“Passive solar awning idea” — linc_kara
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
7RR-Ecohome
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duct runs and avoid energy loss. Energy-Star rated boiler that heats up both radiant floors and domestic hot water. Low-flow toilets and plumbing fixtures
throughout the open floor plan. Minimal windows on east and west sides to reduce heat loss in winter and unwanted gains in summer. Open floor plan and large
The east side of the second floor is the Master wing and a center bridge connects it to the kid’s wing on the west. Second floor terraces and sunscreens provide
energy use. Plumbing runs through interior walls reducing possibilities of heat loss and freezing problems. A large food pantry was placed next to kitchen
But with so much glass, heat gain is an issue. In response, sizable wood louvers project from the glass wall in two horizontal bands. They serve a functional
“Reminds me of beach house at WD.” — suzannefawley
Kate S. Warner, Architect
7 Reviews
West Tisbury Studio
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South-facing windows provide passive solar heat. Solar hot water panels on the roof provide radiant heat in the slab in the winter and hot water for
for showers, year-round. A small solar electric array contributes to the electrical needs of the building.
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
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styrofoam insulation blocks faced with traditional stucco, and heated by radiant concrete floors, the house is energy efficient and extremely solid in its
The modest, single-floor house is designed to afford spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Set in the idyllic Virginia countryside, distinct
styrofoam insulation blocks faced with traditional stucco, and heated by radiant concrete floors, the house is energy efficient and extremely solid in its
The modest, single-floor house is designed to afford spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains
“Minimal farm house” — Trent Claughton
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
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for a minimal impact on the environment. Geothermal heat pumps provide cooling, radiant floor heating and domestic hot water. A high-performance building
reduce energy consumption, and a photovoltaic solar power plant provides electricity which can be consumed on site or “sold” back to the grid.
“Exterior of systems that make this LEED house work” — Mary Slocum
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