3,741 radiant heating Outdoor Design Photos

Rustic Porch
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reflect the radiant heat out. If you've eve been by a campfire, or sat in the sun, you know what radiant heat is. It's different from heating the air, which
which heats your skin. That's called convective heat. Radiant heat comes directly from the source (a fire, or the sun) and hits your skin. The room can
fireplace was invented, wood was the only source of heat, so extracting every bit of radiant heat they could get from the wood before the smoke went up
possible in winter--I much prefer natural wood-burning fireplace heat over the dry heat from a heater. We only have a few very cold months in our region
reflect the radiant heat out. If you've eve been by a campfire, or sat in the sun, you know what radiant heat is. It's different from heating the air, which
“Floor” — Brit Humbert
Logan's Hammer Building & Renovation
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Backyard patio space
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covered patio, view, lounge chair, water feature, outdoor heat, spiral stairs
Infratech W or WD series recessed infrared radiant ceiling heaters
radiant heating in ceiling? OR...Heating in ceiling (radiant heat)...Heating in ceiling...Radiant heating manifolds (Wogan)...Radiant heaters in ceiling....Radiant heaters
“Heaters” — aomenn
WarmlyYours Radiant Heating
36 Reviews
Share Your Story: Transform a Sunroom into a ‘True Four Seasons Space’
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installed a TempZone™ Heating system and successfully turned a sunroom into a true Four Seasons room.Finished Four Seasons room with Radiant Heat After homeowners
At WarmlyYours Radiant Heating we place a premium on providing the best customer service in the industry because we know that our customers, whether homeowners
room. Because the sunroom was 5 ½ feet off the ground, the homeowners wanted heat and air conditioning (A/C) so the room could truly be used year round. The
problem was that the home’s basement was finished and there was no way to get heat and A/C to this room without causing major renovations to the finished basement
Our TempZone™ Flex radiant heating system was installed in this floor
“Floor” — kathykurtich
Jason Snyder
Lipkind House
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concrete with radiant heating, and all of the living spaces are open to a cantilevered, 160-foot-long wooden deck
Radiant heat cement floor, ceiling wood, deck, windows
glimpse of the master bath and deck. The floors are red concrete with radiant heating, and all of the living spaces are open to a cantilevered, 160-foot-long
glimpse of the master bath and deck. The floors are red concrete with radiant heating, and all of the living spaces are open to a cantilevered, 50-metre-long
I love the painted heated concrete
“floors” — charlotteleigh
Feinmann, Inc.
16 Reviews
A Room for All Seasons
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dreaming of: a comfortable outdoor space creating a screened porch with heating elements to extend the seasons. Our team had renovated the homes’ Kitchen
entrance to the porch. Similar to those found on the patios of restaurants, heating elements were installed. Connected to the hot tub area by a screen door
Could you tell me who manufactures the heating unit mounted on the wall and where I could
still turn the fan on in reverse to help circulate the heat? Or does that not work since they heat objects, not spaces?)?
What brand is the heater. Do you find infrared more effective for heating such spaces. Do basic convection principles apply when using infrared (for
wanted to heat the space, you would need to replace the screens with glass in the cold weather, insulate the floor and maybe use either radiant floor heating
“Beautiful screed in porch!!!!!” — terriedawn
Crisp Architects
47 Reviews
Crisp Architects
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Heater? Should we consider radiant heat in uncovered patio
Outdoor dining - radiant heat?
“That your dining setting” — vmax33
Modern Pool
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used inside and out. Concrete floors throughout the first floor provide radiant heat during the colder months and help keep things cool during the summer
“lap pool” — rachelcheah
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
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about is the type of heating system you are using - if radiant in the floor, I would use tile over wood. If forced air and or radiant heat from another source
wood. The house in this picture used concrete floors throughout over radiant heat -- they are really comfortable, easy to maintain and this was a really
openness; Not sure about winter hardiness/heat
“Sliding door” — Mary Glenn
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