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This is an example of a farmhouse stone screened-in porch design in San Francisco with a roof extension.

Rustic PorchFarmhouse Porch, San Francisco

This is an example of a farmhouse stone screened-in porch design in San Francisco with a roof extension. —  Houzz

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neddermans wrote:Apr 29, 2011
    zaheva wrote:Dec 9, 2011
    • joegru

      I'm trying to find lights like these also. Any idea? Or, where to find similar? ty

    Henry Rasmussen wrote:Jan 5, 2012
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      Monarch Renovations
      Sorry. Not really. Fireplaces generally are an energy waster. Unless you get a sealed unit, they pull your heated air and send it up the chimney. Unless you're heating your house via only a wood stove, let's just not bother talking about efficiency. It's a luxury item.
      When the Rumsford 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 the chimney was the goal. That's why the opening is wide, and the back of the fireplace has angled sides to 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 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 be cool, or even cold, yet you can feel warm.
    • dreamhouseforsomeday
      Thanks! I do try to use my heater as little as 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 so it's feasible to burn firewood quite often. I'm going to do more research on the Rumsford FP as we hope to build soon because I do at least want the most efficient type of FP. Thanks again!
    dweisbeck wrote:Jan 29, 2012
      vint wrote:Apr 18, 2012
      What type of stone is the flooring? Would it be appropriate for a covered, cement porch?

      • rhammer
        Did you by any chance get an answer to your floor question. I noticed your porch ideas are similar to mine. I also have a cement covered porch. Looking for ideas. Thank you.
      • PRO
        Monarch Renovations
        This is slate. Perfectly fine for a concrete base.
      freyaa wrote:Sep 3, 2012
      Any idea what color the cedar shake in the back are painted? Perfect grey!

        rayjuda wrote:Jan 26, 2013
        approximate demensions?

          Professional Carpentry by William R. Moore IV wrote:May 29, 2013
            paulamgeorge wrote:Jul 3, 2013
            can you have the center beam die into the fireplace as this one is and

              chartarr wrote:Sep 26, 2013
              How do you paint a stone fireplace to look like this one?

                jdhovey wrote:Jan 1, 2014
                Who is the manufacturer of the black furniture?

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                  collage205 wrote:Apr 14, 2014
                  can you please share details on fan

                  - love fan.. details please.

                    amandasl wrote:Jun 7, 2014
                    How is this attached to the house? Is the pass thru part of the porch?

                      sander115a wrote:May 22, 2015
                        Kevan Carr wrote:Oct 27, 2016
                        Gorgeous! What's the slope of the ceiling rafters?

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