457 electric floor heating Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Home Restoration Services, Inc.
7 Reviews
A Double Addition, Edina
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ly-controlled electric in-floor heat. The slab sits
The floor is part of the
Cool idea on floor pattern in hallway
Pattern for kitchen floor
Sitting room floor...tile flooring...Porch floor...Floor design...for shower floor
“Tile” — kathleen123456
Mclaughlin Landscape Construction
11 Reviews
Outdoor Rooms/Patio Covers
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what kind of floor is this? Gorgeous!
The heaters you see are from a company called Infra-Tech.They are electric and can be controlled by a dial to give you low,medium,and high heat.
heaters you see are from a company called Infra-Tech.They are electric and can be controlled by a dial to give you low,medium,and high heat.
They are electric and can be controlled by a dial to give you low, medium and high heat.
“Should we plan for some outdoor tv in the future....e.g.......shelf above the fireplace outside?!?!” — kristaaustin
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Villa Terra
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power back to the grid when it is needed most, on hot summer afternoons. 6. Hydronic Radiant Heat Floor Use of hydronic radiant floor heating system saves energy, is more efficient for residential heating, is more comfortable for inhabitants, and promotes superior indoor air quality over forced air
years. The 18” thick PISE walls and concrete floors also provide thermal mass, an integral part of the passive solar design of the house. These features help keep the house naturally cooler in summer and retaining heat in winter, greatly reducing the heating and cooling loads and energy use. 2. High
high transom windows to reduce electrical lighting loads during the day. Natural daylighting also has documented benefits on mood, productivity, and enjoyment of the space. 5. Photo Voltaic Solar Panels Use of PV solar electric generation system to reduce electrical grid consumption, and bi-directional
“Fireplace mantle” — pskzford
R Johnston Interiors
10 Reviews
Outdoor Living
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Are the heaters on the rafters gas or electric? What brand they? Th
We're building a pergola with an awning like this one and our builder steered us towards gas heaters because he said electric ones wouldn't really warm us up. The
Electric, infrared heaters are a great option for pergolas. A heated quartz element emits a safe, clean wavelength of light that is only absorbed by solid objects, transferring heat directly to a person, table or floor rather than heating the air, just as R Johnston Interiors
infrared heaters so they heat objects rather that the air. My clients love these and find they put out a lot of heat. You can find more information on them at http://infratech-usa.com/. Good luck!
“lighting around fireplace” — ashrina
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
Palmieri Residence
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What do I need to know about radiant heat in a bathroom?
Installing radiant heat in the bathroom promotes healthy living and comfort. If you install electric radiant floor heating, you don't have to deal with freezing floors in the morning! No one likes that! The reason why radiant heat is a healthy heat is because it doesn't push allergens
and dust mites around unlike forced air heating systems. If you're looking to create a more spa-like atmosphere, we'd say that radiant heat is the way to go! You can even put it in your shower! Good luck!
I'm not sure. We're in Texas, so we don't need heat in our bathrooms...
love ceiling with contrast of floors
“Wall color” — beau0496
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
New Country French Cottage
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Please could you let us know what type of bricks did you use for the floor? It looks amazing!!!!
Do they work with radient floor heating and how thick are they
How did you do the floor and how are they treated
How do you keep this floor clean with daily
Love the floor…..would like to know if I can do this on the exterior facade of our home? Thank you!
Cobblestone floor and lighting on hall
flooring beams and lighting are perfect here
Pros of Brick Flooring• Design flexibility. As with tile, brick's modular nature lends itself to an infinite variety of patterns. Running bond (staggered), basket weave, herringbone and others are classics, but you can create a custom motif or a mosaic-style treatment. Brick also lends itself well to
“Hallway” — m_metzger
Andrea Bartholick Pace Interior Design
7 Reviews
Private Residence Pebble Beach
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Love this floor! What is it and where would I be able to purchase?
I'm buying a new home and get to pick out brand new floors to install! The home is mediterranean/spanish style and I'm trying to figure out which flooring option will best tie in and enhance the homes architectural style. Ruled out
Hello @loribenn, if you have not been lucky finding your floor yet, I would like to show you our reclaimed Maltese Flooring as an option or visit our site to see our vast collection or antique materials.
antique limestone flooring or find new and specify "pillowed" limestone. These floors have radiant heat so they are never cold.
rustic look, stone flooring in living room
“Like the tile flooring.” — millblam1
Conrado - Home Builders
8 Reviews
Los Gatos Mediterranean Custom Home
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landscaping. Special features include imported clay tile roofing, a round garage (to mimic an old water tank), a whole house generator, and radiant floor heat throughout. Architect: Michael Layne & Associates Landscape Architect: Robert Mowat Associates
The floor is beautiful What kind of stone is it? Thank you
Price per Sq Mtr for the flooring please and can you supply
Floor color but not the different shapes
Our floor, stone stairs with no nosing
In addition to concrete and wood, radiant-heating systems can be installed under tile. This 15,000-square-foot house in Saratoga, California, by Conrado Home Builders features radiant-floor heating throughout — even in this traditional-looking, tiled entryway.
“Kitchen Floor #1” — condelln
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