11,233 electric heat Traditional Home Design Photos

Kerrie L. Kelly
53 Reviews
Architecture Walk: Exterior Styles and Palettes
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make it impossible to heat or cool a home effectively and generally involve cutting off plumbing service, electricity, heating and air conditioning.
“gutters” — jpeg612
J. Reynolds Builders
4 Reviews
Finished Basement
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no to electric heat..looks ugly
“no to electric heat..looks ugly” — karenlwildman
Distinctive Custom Homes, Inc.
12 Reviews
Spruce St., Lake Forest, Illinois
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quality hutches, custom wood carvings, imported patterned stone with electric heat and boxed beamed ceilings.
“island” — Sarah Baker
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
Home Services Unlimited, LLC has been in business for over 29 years. We are licensed, insured, bonded and an EPA Certified Renovator.
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Harte Remodels, LLC
12 Reviews
Sewickley Master Bath
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separate shower, bath, double sinks and integrated toilet room. Add radiant heated floors and custom cabinetry.
“Radiant floor” — willie1312
WarmlyYours Radiant Heating
37 Reviews
Four Seasons Sun Room
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Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
Ferguson
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concrete floors (would add electric radiant heat)
“side view of fridge panel...matches cabinets” — Robbie Tradal
Megan Meyers Interiors
5 Reviews
Spa Master Bath Retreat
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Can you tell me the manufacturer for the baseboard heating system?
heated floors, bathtub, window, curtains, floors moulding
Add to that the fact that you won’t need to blast your entire house in heat just to
by designer Megan Meyers included adding radiant heat floors, a baseboard heating system, a heated European towel bar, a volcanic limestone bathtub and
Albert's Volcanic Limestone Collection because it holds heat better. There is also a European heated towel bar between the tub and the shower (not pictured)
that you won’t need to blast your entire house in heat just to warm the bathroom. By limiting the heat to a single bathroom, you'll save on utility costs
pattern up the cozy factor and provide privacy.Padding barefoot across the heated floors for a luxurious soak or a steam is a dream come true for the couple
“Wallpaper” — lwarrilow
3-D Contracting Inc.
16 Reviews
Second Floor Dormer
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framing, drywall, windows, roof, exterior trim/panels ( Azek PVC), gutters & electric only (see before picture). Ed @ 3-D Contracting Inc.
might want pot lights and electric heat
“shed dormer” — ingreeley
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