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Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
12 Reviews
Glasgow Bathroom
Ideabooks27,857
Questions15
walls. These seems to be very close to the ceiling, much closer than I have seen in most other bathrooms. I would guess this shower would hold the heat better than others that have a greater amount of space between the glass walls and ceiling.
the proposed size was 62" x 44", but I believe the 62" was reduced to suit the heat supply vent. The faucet location was also changed from the proposed plan.
“Dark tile, light grout” — remodelingidea
Dave Lane Construction Co.
14 Reviews
Entry Stair Case
Ideabooks59,687
Questions27
Yes, I agree with you. I am building my house and have radiant heat in areas where I want hardwood but know they do not hold up well when placed above radiant heat. I'm trying to find a good manufacturer to go with for engineered floors. Could I get the name of the
“Ceiling, lamp” — shandeys
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Mallets Bay Shingle
Ideabooks17,493
Questions8
possible to do either back-to-back or even a see-through inside/outside fireplace. We don't recommend the see-through type because of the different heating needs of the two sides. Imagine sitting out on the porch on a cool fall evening with the fire going for several hours to keep you warm. When it becomes
late, you go back inside the house to find that the fireplace has made it uncomfortably warm inside the house. Since you have no control over how much heat goes to each side, it isn't a very practical solution. Two back-to-back fireplaces are better.
“porch” — chelsi8907
Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
Kitchen
Ideabooks12,700
Questions19
What kind of wood did you use. Can you supply the details, size, stain and is it suitable for floor heating?
Flooring is 8" wide antique (reclaimed) heart pine. Finish is several coats of ordinary oil based polyurethane. Reclaimed flooring works well over heated floors as it does not expand and contract the way "new" wood will. Still important not to set the floor temperature too high.
“Like cabinets” — burnsjo
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Cozy Living Room
Ideabooks35,852
Questions29
This house has radiant heat, but you could do a tall base to your bookcases and have slats which allow the heat to flow. This is one example with a deep bench on top: http://www.houzz.com/photos/107413/Derby-Hill-Far
“Different fabrics and shapes” — equineG
E. B. Mahoney Builders, Inc.
3 Reviews
Stone Ridge
Ideabooks8,431
Questions6
How long and wide is this pool as well as how deep? Also is this pool heated?
The pool is 18 x 38. The deep end is 8 feet, and the pool is heated.
“Eveything” — zoeu24
Michael Robert Construction
12 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Ultimate Island
Ideabooks39,259
Questions73
Everyone talks about the etching and staining but not as often heat. Can you put something hot down on marble the way you can on granite?
Will post when we find one and have it up. I would have loved to do a chunky salvaged wood shelf instead of stainless, but my husband reminds me that heat+flame+wood= not a good idea. That's why I keep him around. ;)
“Two toned cabinets” — pateisenhauer
Mary Trantow
Mary Trantow
Ideabooks56,890
Questions25
I want to install a tv above my fire place but am worried a out the heat on the tv. Please advise.
Tv vs heat
“fireplace mantel/bookcase” — sjmoore5
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