313 radiant heat Hall Design Photos

AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Manor House Stables
Ideabooks3,669
Questions1
envelope won’t need radiant heating. It would be a cost with an extremely long payback period. Instead of whole-house radiant heating, perhaps consider localized
added ridge-foam insulation and radiant heating. Even in British winters, the building requires little additional heat.
more research before choosing radiant heating. Here’s why:A poor or standard house with a poor thermal envelope will lose heat at a rapid rate. To compensate
added ridge-foam insulation and radiant heating. Even in British winters, the building requires little additional heating.
“white effect” — ilaniehadad
Tali Hardonag Architect
12 Reviews
Concrete floor
Ideabooks86
Questions0
I've seen most radiant-flooring systems installed under concrete. But
Radiant heating - concrete entrance with leaves embedded
I've seen most radiant-flooring systems installed under concrete. But the material you choose to install over the systems doesn't have to be purely utilitarian
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“Concrete floor with inlayed leaves” — Ginny Millard
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Cortes
Ideabooks5,950
Questions6
with floor: The floor is a 1.5" insulated concrete slab with electric radiant heat. It was sealed with Davis Colors W-1000 Clear Cure & Seal.
The floor is a 1.5" insulated concrete slab with electric radiant heat. It was sealed with Davis Colors W-1000 Clear Cure & Seal.
“Seal hall way” — hlozoya
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Bruns Architecture
2 Reviews
Fieldstone House
Ideabooks633
Questions0
further heat up the polished concrete floors, which have their own radiant heating. The sun on the floor reduces the need for the radiant heating, letting
The sun on the floor reduces the need for the radiant heating, letting the heat dissipate throughout the day-Milwaukee House!
Concrete floor and different idea for heat bank on wall
letting the heat dissipate throughout the day.
“Polished concrete floor” — jbwish
Terra Firma Builders Ltd.
Bachman Residence
Ideabooks17
Questions0
Radiant heat, puddled earth floors, geothermal heat pump, oxygen-treated septic, recycled beams and rafters, sustainable-harvest timbers, HRV, masonry
“I would like an imitation of the stone pattern in the corners of the front entrance and on the inter” — allisonhairston
Gelotte Hommas Architecture
14 Reviews
The Woods Outback
Ideabooks387
Questions2
Are the floors heated?
“Nice wide hall w/concrete floors” — kmorris58
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
Ideabooks1,677
Questions6
allows light inton interior of house chimney effect to remove heat during summer?
“Upper windows” — icy_island
Shannon Malone
Hall
Ideabooks356
Questions1
will be more like sand). In floor radiant heat more efficient.
floors use radiant heat for energy efficiency.
floors in a dark brown stain to look like a dirt floor. The floors use radiant heat, making the home more energy efficient.The hall features an arched doorway
“floor” — dmj4sho
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