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Charlie Barnett Associates
Hillsborough Residence
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Stone floors heat well with radiant heat system
Stone floors work well with radiant heat In winter, radiant heat beneath stone floors
luxurious, energy-efficient way to heat your home. Stone conducts heat well, making it a top choice for underfloor heating systems.
Stone floors work well with radiant heat. If winters are cold where you live, radiant heat beneath stone floors is
luxurious, energy-efficient way to heat your home. Stone conducts heat well, making it a top choice for radiant heat systems. Flooring: cleft green slate
with radiant heat In winter, radiant heat beneath stone floors is a luxurious, energy-efficient way to heat your home. Stone conducts heat well, making
well with radiant heat. If winters are cold where you live, radiant heat beneath stone floors is a luxurious, energy-efficient way to heat your home. Stone
“cleft green slate floors” — rhbreindel
Contemporary Kitchen
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Best uses: Reducing heat gain in windows that need light all year round
Mesh window screens reduce heat gain by diffusing
windows. Best uses: Reducing heat gain in windows that need light all year round.
Mesh window screens reduce heat gain by diffusing solar radiation
screens. reduce heat gain by diffusing solar radiaiton. Experts advise cover the entire frame. Ideal: east west facing windows. reducing heat gain in windows
Mesh Window Screens Mesh window screens reduce heat gain by diffusing solar radiation. Experts
Mesh Window ScreensMesh window screens reduce heat gain by diffusing solar radiation. Experts advise mounting the screen to
window. Ideal locations: East- and west-facing windows. Best uses: Reducing heat gain in windows that need light all year round.
“sliding door blind” — loriwoods
Swell Homes
14 Reviews
Mewstone Polished Conc & reverse brick veneer
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thermal mass are dense and can store heat within and include concrete, masonry, stone and rammed earth. The capturing of heat in thermal mass is best suited
thermal mass acts as a heat bank, storing the warmth from the sun during the day. In the evening, as the temperature drops, the heat is gradually released
thermal mass are dense and can store heat within and include concrete, masonry, stone and rammed earth. The capturing of heat in thermal mass is best suited
thermal mass acts as a heat bank, storing the warmth from the sun during the day. In the evening, as the temperature drops, the heat is gradually released
a comfortable internal temperature and reducing the need for mechanical heating. This house, designed by Swell Homes, utilises reverse brick veneer (RBV)
“The best combination of materials inside - has warmth from the timber and leather, unique character” — mellyshea
Barker O'Donoghue Master Builders
2 Reviews
Carver
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systems throughout including photovoltaic panels, finishes and radiant heating. Features of the comfortable family home include a skylight oculus, glass
In a house that has radiant heated floors do you still need the traditional AC
already have a forced air system in your house adding the radiant heat as a second heating system just for the basement will most likely be an expensive exercise
cooling as well as heating. You can also reap extra savings by combining it with more efficient heat production systems, such as a heat pump or solar water
example, one-third of all heat production in a home must be through renewables, a requirement that is best met in underfloor heating by combining a hydronic
“kitchen” — bradlew05
JMA INTERIOR DECORATION
7 Reviews
Bonefish Bay
Ideabooks9,891
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fiberboard), wrapped in a plastic-type coating and then baked under intense heat to create an impervious seal. Durable and cost effective, they come only
repair any damage to it. Some lighter colors can also yellow from sunlight and heat over time.
fibreboard), wrapped in a plastic-type coating and then baked under intense heat to create an impervious seal. Durable and cost-effective, they come only
fiberboard), wrapped in a plastic-type coating and then baked under intense heat to create an impervious seal. Durable and cost effective, they come only
repair any damage to it. Some lighter colors can also yellow from sunlight and heat over time.
fibreboard), wrapped in a plastic-type coating and then baked under intense heat to create an impervious seal. Durable and cost-effective, they come only
“color and shape not the handles” — qwikredline
Krieger + Associates Architects Inc
5 Reviews
Efficient Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks14,275
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redirect the heat vent so we can put in a window seat in kitchen
And a toe-kick heat vent will keep you toasty during a meal in your breakfast nook or banquette
Built in w AC/heat under in toe kicks...toe-kick heat vent...toe kick heat vent...storage/toe kick heat vent...toe kick with heat vent
“banquette seating also like built in drawers next to table” — tdydya
Resolution: 4 Architecture
1 Review
Peconic Bay House Kitchen
Ideabooks5,319
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Environmentally Friendly Features: 9 kW Solar Photovoltaic System, Geothermal Heating/Cooling System Materials: o Exterior: Cedar Siding, Cement Board Panels
efficient windows and low-E glazing that exceed energy star rating for Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) and U-Factor. In addition to incorporating energy
that. Gray and bronze reduce heat and light; blue and green allow more visible transmittance (VT) but only slightly reduced heat transfer. Insulated. Double-glazed
Glazing There are a variety of options for your window glass, too: gas fills, heat-absorbing tints, insulated (double- or triple-glazed), low-E coatings, reflective
more expensive but has a better ability at decreasing a window's U-factor. Heat-absorbing tints. These come in colors such as blue, green, gray, bronze or
“ceiling 3” — glendz
Contemporary Kitchen
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This is a sealed, hydronically-heated concrete floor.
if hardwood can be used as a flooring material over underfloor radiant heating. It’s not ideal, but some wood flooring is designed specifically to be able
opposed to solid wood planks, and ask to see certification regarding in-slab heating. Otherwise consider using wood-look ceramics, a very popular option in Europe
“color with wood” — wendy117
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