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1,102 radiant heat in floor Outdoor Design Photos
Sun Room in Winter
type of floor tile with no luck locally. Does anyone know the specific name/type, and where one can purchase -- Lowes, Home Depot, specialty tile store? Thank you for any information provided!
slate flooring? Is it considered indoor our outdoor slate?
doors. The floor is radiant to allow for some space warming.
Radiant heating in floors to allow more usage in colder weather.
black tim, and window sizes, floor and I like the ceiling.
If it opens up in summer, this is really cool--simple--love the slate flooring.
3 season porch heated with radiant
radient heated floor and panels of screen and
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Could this be enclosed for all-season usage? Radiant heat under floor?
The floor...Ceiling floor tiles
is the floor made of.? With screens on the windows in the spring and summer, does it rain in on the floor
What is that flooring your stove is sitting on?
too much heat from the stove, and not being able to adjust the temperature easily ... we are considering wood burning vs. gas, and were told the latter is better sometimes for entertaining if the heat needs to be brought down quickly. Thank you!
regulate heat much for effeciently with gas vs. wood. We love our wood burning stove but once it gets hot, it stays hot for quite some time.
Greetings. The floors are by Azek. It is a composite decking material -so no maintenance and rain isn't a problem. Typically furniture is pushed away from the windows if a storm is approaching.
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
and a radiant floor was set under new slate flooring. The room faces south, and while it appears that there would be too many skylights for the space, i.e. it would normally overheat with that many, there are large deciduous trees directly to the south. The leaves provide filtered light and shade
Skylights and radiant heat under flooring
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
stucco, and heated by radiant concrete floors, the house is energy efficient and extremely solid in its construction. Metropolitan Home magazine, 2002 "Home of the Year" Photo: Peter Vanderwarker
single-floor house is designed to afford spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Set in the idyllic Virginia countryside, distinct “pavilions” serve different functions: the living room is the center of the home; bedroom suites surround an entry courtyard; a studio/guest suite sits atop the garage;
pets with heated floor adjoining house with breezeway and a screened in porch outdoor eating in the summer
Woodbourne Builders Inc
Four Seasons in Jamaica Plain
tile with radiant heat blends beautifully with the fir tongue & groove ceiling and walls in this rustic Jamaica Plain four-seasons porch addition. The floor to ceiling windows welcome the natural light and allow for a spectacular view of Bostons skyline. A stamped concrete patio and custom cedar deck complete
pine board too dark for my space but same idea with tile floor
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
recommended floor-area ratio for the site. What could have been interior floor space, they used for a solar-heated pool, decking and low-maintenance landscaping. In sunny Southern California, the solar panels on the butterfly roof can be counted on to provide most of the home's required energy, although the
kitchen. Radiant-heat flooring keeps the entire space warm. Maienza and Wilson installed cabinetry made of walnut and zebrawood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), low-flow faucets and all Energy Star–rated appliances in the kitchen. Every lighting fixture uses an LED bulb. Kitchen pendants:
A Room for All Seasons
porch with heating elements to extend the seasons. Our team had renovated the homes’ Kitchen, Master Bedroom and Master Bath and was eager to begin work on establishing a place for our clients to gather with guest’s outdoors. Of critical importance to the plan was having easy access from the outdoor room
restaurants, heating elements were installed. Connected to the hot tub area by a screen door, the homeowners are now able to dry off in the warmth and comfort of the outdoor room. Heaters and smart interior design created a space worthy of enjoyment in the fall and winter as well as in the warmer months.
effective for heating such spaces. Do basic convection principles apply when using infrared (for example, do you still turn the fan on in reverse to help circulate the heat? Or does that not work since they heat objects, not spaces?)?