228 Heat & Glo Escape Traditional Home Design Photos

Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Bedroom
Ideabooks8,375
Questions6
This is a Heat-n-Glo gas fireplace.
fireplace master-Heat-n-Glo gas fireplace w honed green slate
Heat & Glo Gas Fireplace
“Dormer allows double desk space” — jskwriter
Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
9 Reviews
Brownhouse Design
Ideabooks49,465
Questions55
Does the heat stay in the house or is it drafty because it is a see throught to the outside? Also do you feel any heat coming in from the outside when it is sunny?
Is the heat from the fireplace likely to affect the TV at all?
fireplace is heat n glo Twilight. They also have a Modern version without logs
Heat n glo make this fireplace.
The heat from the will not affect the TV at all and actually the placement above the fireplace is the most common today. With TVCoverUps, framed Art(including
“tile around fireplace” — iamcdn
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Interlachen Country Club (Edina)
Ideabooks5,178
Questions4
Thanks! It is Heat & Glo.
Heat & Glo Products
“Fireplace den” — angelamdailey
Michael Knowles, Architect
4 Reviews
Queen Anne Residence 10
Ideabooks43,575
Questions28
Heat-N-Glo 6000 TRXI w/ DF-6000 decorative front.
It's a Heat-N-Glo 6000 TRXI w/ DF-6000 Decorative Front. The stone surround and hearth are honed Absolute Black granite.
“Mantel” — davemcarthur
Julie Williams Design
2 Reviews
Project in Tiburon
Ideabooks170K
Questions106
Hi, is that a direct vent fireplace? If so, who is it made by Town & Country, Heat & Glo or Lennox? What is the size? Thanks so much!
I love the TV concept. Did you have to consult with an expert regarding the heat ruining the T.V.?
Are there any measures that can be taken to ensure that the T.V. will not be affected due to the heat radiating from the fire?
I love the TV housing I have an electric fire place with a recessed hole above designed to house a TV so I have no heat concerns. I am planning to finish the hole with molding and was considering an articulated wall mount to adjust and access the back of the TV. Is this
I find it interesting how many time we see the TV over the fireplace when what is mentioned above is absolutely right. The heat from the flu it not so much a problem as is soot from a real wood burning fire place. And yes, looking up requires a consistent use of eye muscles making
“I like the fire place set up” — bossyjoc1
Michael A. Menn
Donnelley
Ideabooks17,467
Questions12
Im wondering who the manufacturer is of the heated towel bar, or any other manufacturers who make a heated tow
Im wondering who the manufacturer is of the heated towel bar, or any other manufacturers who make a heated towel bar
bar that can be mounted to the side of glass? Also wondering if the floor needs to be raised to accomodate the heating mechanisms?
that is available in stock. Its 33 inches wide. See the different sizes at the Ambaproducts website. See what applications heated towel bars are used for in the AMBA binder.
Heat the room with AMBA. Hundreds sizes, shapes, BTUs and wattages to choose from. Oh ! and we have a freestanding one too.
Floor heated towel rack may work for us
And don't forget to add a towel warmer! More: Find traditional chandeliers Get the Look: Coco Chanel Style Escape to the South of France
“Herringbone floor” — runher
jordan peterson interior design
1 Review
Jordan Peterson, allied member ASID
Ideabooks9,265
Questions17
I have been told to have shelf inbetween to protect TV from Heat. Is it necessary?
something to divert the heat from the fireplace is best and a mantel will help do that. The other option is to recess your TV into n alcove. Your TV manufacturer will have specifications on that. You can get guidance from the fireplace manufacturer also. Here is a link to what Heat&Glo says. .... Good luck
“build on existing and upwards with stone, adding sleeper as mantel” — lucas_s
Balodemas Architects
5 Reviews
Somerset Screen Porch Addition
Ideabooks43,807
Questions17
I have a Heat N' Glo 6000CLX propane fireplace which the build inspector likes better than a masonry fireplace on an existing deck. The next improvement will be radiant
It works very well in terms of throwing heat out into the space. I do not have a separate cost independent of the rest of the project.
3. Environmental controls. Most sunrooms are built without heating and air conditioning systems. But it's still nice to be able to cool down with a ceiling fan if the air gets too stifling, and to warm up with a fireplace on chilly nights.
“skylights” — nmanthey
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