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WarmlyYours Radiant Heating
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Case Study: Snow Melting Installation Under Stamped Concrete
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Case Study: Snow Melting Installation Under Stamped Concrete
WarmlyYours installation plan for snow melting mats Using a 12-inch wide wood grain stamp from Butterfield Systems, the decorative concrete process added the finishing touch. The decorative stamp gives the impression of a beautiful wooden deck. Now that the Snow Melting project has been completed. The
The Billen family owns a home, located in Kildeer, Illinois, an area known for its cold winters. The family wanted to install the WarmlyYours Snow Melting Mat system in their outdoor patio, for year-round use. After installing the radiant heating system, they also installed a hot tub on a section of
WarmlyYours Radiant Heating
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Share Your Story: The Peace of Mind of a Sound Investment
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floodlights under the stairs so that when the mats are on, the lights come on (in addition to the inside pilot switch). Many tell me that the effect of the lights with the snow melting mats is rather charming! We have really enjoyed using our HeatTrak mats, and feel much safer with them installed! I can
taken care of every step of the way. With elderly parents and slick wooden stairs leading into my home, Chad helped me choose the portable HeatTrak mat product from WarmlyYours – since I wasn’t looking to replace my steps completely. I also travel for a living, and with home-bound 80+-year-old parents
using stairs is safe. Even with a handicap lift available ten feet away; the stairs are what they use. Given a choice, wouldn't you? Installing the mats, of course, was the easy part, while the electrical work was a challenge to me. I ran a new circuit through our 16" thick brick walls, ran conduit for
“Great idea for wooden stairs” — sagmoorecottage
TERRIGENOUS Landscape Architecture
Snow-melt
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A snow melt system installed below hand set granite pavers, creates a courtyard which is functional and enjoyable throughout the year.
snow melt system under the patio around the fire pit
heated pathways for less snow accumulation
create a heated stone path? for snow and ice...
SNOW MELTING PATHS Install a snow-melting system beneath frequently used
of money and effort on snow removal each winter.
heated pavers to melt snow on paths to entries
snow melting system built into the driveway!
a snow melting system for the driveway is not only a luxury but a great time saver
Install a snow-melting system beneath frequently used paths. This technology can greatly reduce the time and money you spend shoveling and plowing your paths and driveway, and make them safer to boot. It’s not cheap, but it may be worth it if you spend a great deal of money and effort on snow removal each
“Still love this” — juliefagandream
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FINNE Architects
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Mazama Guest Cabin
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pitch) or if the roof is facing south so that it melts the snow off? We are trying to design a cabin with a view that is primarily to the south so we would like to do this style of structure but aren't sure a north facing roof is good for heavy snow area (10' plus possible - near ski resort in Utah
of the Guest Cabin face east, toward a mountain wall called Goat Wall. Thus, the west afternoon sun does melt some of the snow on the roof. If you are building in an area that has 10-ft. of snow, I would be a bit nervous about a north-facing roof. By the way, make sure you over-insulate the roof (R-50
Snow country design with garage under and NOT facing the front of the house. Thankyou
much snow in many places that they could only manage to visit a few of my buildings!’”
“mazama” — santaclaus1
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
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New Modern Farmhouse
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before you have interior damage.If you live where it snows, think about the water your house will make from that snow. Unless your home is superinsulated, the heat escaping from it will melt some of the snow before the sun does. When that melted snow reaches overhangs that are colder, it can freeze and
helpful to observe your house in dry conditions and when it's raining hard to see how gutters and grading are working. After a snow, if you can see the roof, look for melting-snow patterns.
“Love” — Kinley Pink
Doug Abbott
Garage Interior
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What types of mats do you have on the floor? Great garage! Love it!!!
Wow-those mats are great and just what I'm looking for! Where do I get
The mats are from Garage Living. http://www.garageliving.ca/ Not sure if they are still available, they were purchased a few years ago. Cheers
We want to know about the mats!
steel pads for cars. drainage plan for melted snow.
Floor mats where cars would be parkef
“Garage” — cassidycassidy
Mihaly Slocombe
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Hill House
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pervious nature. Usually this is a plastic mat made up of circular or honeycomb cells structured to provide load-bearing support. These cells are filled with gravel and help keep rainwater in the soil and out of sewers. If you are in a climate that has a lot of snow, and your driveway commonly needs plowing
pervious nature. Usually this is a plastic mat made up of circular or honeycomb cells structured to provide load-bearing support. These cells are filled with gravel and help keep rainwater in the soil and out of sewers.If you are in a climate that has a lot of snow, and your driveway commonly needs plowing
“plants and gardens” — makfit71
John Maniscalco Architecture
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Sugar Bowl Residence
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Simple roof to capture snow melt ? Passive solar design
there's snow around it and its out doors
Although pitched roofs were usually the go to for a climate that requires homes to bear the weight of snow on their roofs, due to modern technology this is no longer necessary.
lovely would it be to come home to this modern style beauty after a long snowshoe excursion? I know that in many parts of the country we just got rid of snow and I shouldn't even mention it, but I can't dismiss the thought of hot chocolate by the fire after looking at this dreamy house.
“easy living” — mikebroome
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