36 electric radiant heating Laundry Room Design Photos

WarmlyYours Radiant Heating
34 Reviews
Share Your Story: Cold Floors, Be Gone!
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 the box stores, and they ended up very unhappy, because it didn’t heat their floors very well. On the other hand, our WarmlyYours radiant floor heating
used WarmlyYours’ electric floor heating in was in 2003 for a remodel of our laundry room. My wife, Tammie, hated doing laundry in the winter because of the cold floor – and trust me, with five kids, there's plenty of laundry to do year round! After we installed the TempZone™ floor-heating product in the
A few months later, we jumped into the next electric floor-heating project. We decided to tackle the cold, miserable mudroom. We, again, used your TempZone™ product and installed some rigid insulation and backer board, and then installed the floor heating on top. The mudroom is now toasty and stays warm
“for mudroom/laundry area” — mewagnon
Hudson Place Realty
include; a handsome façade with distinctive mansard roof, hardwood floors, Lutron lighting, home automation/sound system, 2 zone CAC, 3 zone radiant heat & tremendous storage, A garden level office and large one bedroom apartment with private entrances, round out this spectacular home.
“Shelves” — mamunchis
The Design Den Homes Inc.
4 Reviews
Where are water valves, drain & electric accessed.
look.... But our local codes make it a tad difficult. We located the drain + water valves on the right side wall of the counter, with a cover panel. Electrical hook ups were roughed in behind the dryer as usual.
and few people purchased them. The dryer needing to be stacked on top of the washer is for completely different reasons and has nothing to do with heat, airflow flammable surface, etc.
“Top” — Alejandra Nuñez
My House Design Build Team
8 Reviews
Laundry room with salon chair
exterior siding. New plumbing & electrical throughout, as well as energy efficient casement windows, skylights & insulated steel doors. Two new energy efficient direct vent gas fireplaces, with new facade & hearth. High efficient furnace, Heat pump & on demand hot water heating; Energy efficient appliances
“Hair sink” — fancydiva
ASKO Appliances, Inc.
1 Review
ASKO Drying Cabinets
and fabric distress. As with all ASKO products, our drying cabinets are also environmentally considerate, as a drying cabinet uses much less electricity than a conventional dryer. It is also extremely quiet. All ASKO laundry appliances are coordinated in their design and can be integrated seamlessly
Whatever can’t be dried in the dryer goes into the drying cabinet where a gentle heat speeds the drying process? Never again will you have clothes drying on doorknobs, shower rods, counter tops or even on the floor. An ASKO drying cabinet has the rack capacity of the equivalent of 52 feet of clothes
It's a drying cupboard. It has fans blow heated air through there, and moveable rods for clothes, boots, gloves, hats, and so on. They're very common in Scandinavian ski resorts, kindergartens, and similar places where you have a lot of clothes in need of frequent drying. Most Scandinavian homes I've
“The drying cupboard” — silvi1968
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Upstairs Laundry Room
yard with ample space for pool supplies and yard equipment. This MN Greenpath Certified home includes a geothermal heating & cooling system, spray foam insulation, and in-floor radiant heat, all incorporated to significantly reduce utility costs. Additionally, reclaimed wood from trees removed from the
“Bottom drawers” — greenekathy5
Jerry Bussanmas
12 Reviews
Jerry Bussanmas
Drying rack from IKEA . Radiant heat.
Drying rack - heated?
“Drying rack.” — bossyjo
Connie Nikiforoff Designs
Connie Nikiforoff Designs
From a dark and unhappy basement laundry room to a fresh, bright space, this redo tackled many obstacles like hiding plumbing pipes, electrical wires and heating ducts as well as unifying various types of wall surfaces with the simplest of "tools"--paint! Photos by CN Designs
$1.50/yard white fabric from Walmart :-) It was simply stapled onto the floor joists and draped in place. Yes it was done to cover pipes, electrical, heating ducts, etc.
“bold lighting” — wishfulplanning
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