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WarmlyYours Radiant Heating
36 Reviews
Share Your Story: Cold Floors, Be Gone!
when we found WarmlyYours! The first project we used WarmlyYours’ electric floor heating in was in 2003 for a remodel of our laundry room. My wife, Tammie
spa products business. A few months later, we jumped into the next electric floor-heating project. We decided to tackle the cold, miserable mudroom. We, again
install floor heating in their own homes. Her family is full of contractors, and they chose to take their own route by purchasing other floor heating brands from
very unhappy, because it didn’t heat their floors very well. On the other hand, our WarmlyYours radiant floor heating system has been one of the best
Radiant Heating for Tile, Stone, & Hardwood
“for mudroom/laundry area” — mewagnon
Meriwether Inc
5 Reviews
Morningside bungalow
Cool wainscoting and baseboard heat cover
heat registers...Heating, and the drying racks....additional holes for heat...Heating cover
“window” — kellielavoie
Laundry room with a view
too. If you're all electric, like we are, you might look into a backup generator. We're fairly rural, and our water relies on an electric pump. I also freeze
I guess electrical and plumbing are the most important. If you know how you'll be arranging
freeze food from the garden, so if the freezer goes without electric for long the food loss would be big. Enjoy your big project!
“Regale” — Gehart
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DC Closet Storage & organization design and installation
Since 1983, Closet Factory has defined the art of organization by designing and installing the only truly customized closet and storage solutions in the industry.
Total Spaces Design
4 Reviews
Total Spaces Design
The racks are not heated, but above the racks is a heat duct with a vent from the forced air heat. It does help to circulate the warm
Are the racks heated in any way?
“Drying rack” — ellnat
Blue Hot Design
15 Reviews
Fontana Prairie
Heated and stained concrete, with a 4 x 4' grid cut into it so that if and when the house settles, the concrete cracks at these control joints, rather
heated and stained concrete floor...heated and stained concrete
“Concrete floors” — Alyssa Rambo
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Breakfast Room Addition and Renovation
fight with the door mat or rug when opened. Allow for an abundance of electrical outlets. Here is one space where there can never be enough. A strip of
outlets on the counter can handle the recharging of electronics. Think of electrical needs for automatic pet feeder, boot dryer, vacuum cleaner that are often
“Mud room” — amymfletcher
Studio S Squared Architecture, Inc.
42 Reviews
Chew Residence
How do you connect the water and electricity as well as the dryer duct to back of this? We want to do this but I don't
electrical receptacle hidden
“Slide door covers? Tuck Away shutters? Shutter louver telescoping doors? LOVE THE DOORS!” — openspaces9
SH interiors
9 Reviews
House Hunters Renovation Kitchen
Behr: Summer Heat...color-summer heat
“Countertop” — jdew
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