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Esther Hershcovich
Julie Charbonneau: Montreal, QC
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have a underfloor heating system installed. The underfloor heating system is placed under your flooring and is capable of heating the entire area that it is installed in. When you have this heating system installed, it is highly suggested that you use insulation to keep the radiant heat from going into
are two main kinds of underfloor heating systems that homeowners can use. These are wet and dry systems. Basically a wet system utilizes small pipes that pump heated water through them. The pipes are laid out in a grid system for the room they are installed in and the heat is radiated upwards into the room
installed in, and they never get too hot to start a fire. While there are plenty of options for heating your home, these underfloor heating systems have become some of the most popular aspects of heating the world has ever seen. Many high profile commercial businesses are starting to have these systems
“White epoxy cement floor” — jaeheemoon
Elad Gonen
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kitchen
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I still have an old Franklin style cast iron stove. It really cranks out heat when our oil heat needs a boost on freezing cold days, and with power outages often , we really count on it. This updated style would certainly be great in adding
The unique and clever design incorporating the fire place and ducted heating
fireplace is hardly visible, except for the ducting up to the ceiling.Design tip: This is a great example of how a fireplace can be used as a primary heat source.
“exposed fireplace vent” — connienordmark
Poor House Interior Design
Studio and Office
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offices and studio on our property create an amazing solution to working at home. Design by Melissa Schmitt. Concrete conference table was heated with radiant heat mat to heat the space. Studio bookshelves created from salvaged timbers and large threaded rod. Photos by: Adrian Gregorutti
this and produces all types of architectural cast concrete. This was an experiment to cast a dark inlay within main top and also using radiant heat mats which heat the table and room. Work fantastic.
“Roll up door” — corrinahansen
Studio One-Off Architecture & Design
Open living room
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The stove is manufactured by RAIS. Makes plenty of heat. Love it.
The stove is interesting but small. Does having it off the wall improve its heating output? Who is the stove manufacturer?
Wood burning stove. We are going to have to heat this room and this is a pretty way to do it
your primary heat source, you’ll have an intimate relationship with wood and the species that yields the highest heat output per log. It’s a lot of work. It’s said that heating with wood warms the body twice.Retreating to a more casual relationship, using a woodstove as backup or secondary heat retains the
efficient woodstove. Some of the newest woodstoves and pellet stoves are extremely efficient and clean-burning, making a woodstove an appealing option for heating a cold-climate home — especially if you have easy access to firewood.
“Painting and lighting” — jeffneff20
Sellars Lathrop Architects, llc
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Sellars Lathrop Architects
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What heating source do you use?
studio is pictured. This studio is attached to my home but on a different heating zone.....it is a propane heating system and the heat comes out of those tubular silver ducts which are near the track lights. I only turn the heat up when I am working...just keeping it high enough so that pipes don't freeze
freeze when I am not. since this is a partial two story space that part not pictured, the upper studio does stay warmer because heat rises....you may want to consider a fan as well in a double height structure such as this. Hope this helps!
“What a mess but a very creative one.” — kaytt
ReNew Design
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Yellow House
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Retain the heat When you’re thinking about where to locate windows in your new home design or renovation, factor in where the sun from the north and west will fall inside the home. A natural heat bank that captures the winter sun is the ideal scenario; it
it will keep the home warm into the night without the need for artificial heating.
Retain the heatWhen you’re thinking about where to locate windows in your new home design or renovation, factor in where the sun from the north and west will fall inside the home. A natural heat bank that captures the winter sun is the ideal scenario; it
it will keep the home warm into the night without the need for artificial heating.More: The Glorious Benefits of Skylights
“Piso de hormigón” — ndnd
Gut Gut
Bratislava Apartment
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skillet works as well as nonstick cookware. To season, coat the pan with vegetable oil and place over high heat until the oil dries.Always cook on the lowest heat possible. The higher the heat, the more chemicals are released.Hand wash pots and pans with nonabrasive cleaners such as castile soap to avoid
3. Ask your landlord to lower the water heating temperature. Changing the water heater to the "warm" setting with a maximum temp of 120 degrees will save energy and prevent accidental burns. This
Pots and PansOne of the easiest and most important decisions you can make in the kitchen is what you use to heat your food. PTFE, a polymer used in nonstick cookware as well as in food packaging, can release potentially hazardous fumes. PFOA, a chemical used in
“Cabinets” — mitzirae
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
Brooklyn Artist Loft
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on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
a particularly nice touch. Concrete floors were used for both the studio and living spaces on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
is a particularly nice touch.Concrete floors were used for both the studio and living spaces on the ground floor, but the incorporation of radiant heating (and some rugs) makes them more home-like than industrial.
“Sofa” — fmadrigal
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