Published at Monday, April 30th 2018, 11:46:01 AM by edgarquintero. design. Where other traditional house-heating methods can leave patches of draftiness or downright chilliness (think hallways, or corners of large rooms), underfloor heating is evenly dispersed and consistent. Kind of like an electric blanket, just under the floor.
Published at Monday, April 30th 2018, 12:35:15 PM by edgarquintero. design. While you immediately feel the hot air blowing from a conventional forced-air heating system, an underfloor heating system takes a bit longer to warm up. (Once running, of course, the underfloor heat is more consistent and effective.)
Published at Monday, April 30th 2018, 11:59:45 AM by edgarquintero. design. An alternative to trying to omit substantial visual barriers is to turn this around and use those barriers to your advantage. For the bed that happens to be part of the open floor plan, for example, a raised headboard provides an immediate sense of privacy…even if that privacy isn’t exactly reality.
design. Published at Sunday, August 05th 2018, 10:46:34 AM by edgarquintero. This form of underfloor heating involves circulating water from a boiler through flexible tubing that has been installed in the floor (e.g., on top of the subfloor in grooved panels, clipped to the underside of the floor, or embedded into poured concrete).
design. Published at Sunday, August 05th 2018, 08:18:40 AM by edgarquintero. Did you know that, although it sounds terribly modern and technical, underfloor heating actually dates back hundreds, by some counts thousands, of years? The Romans, for example, warmed rooms in their homes by running the flues for their “basement” fires, tended religiously by slaves, under elevated floors of marble.
design. Published at Sunday, August 05th 2018, 05:35:22 AM by edgarquintero. This form of underfloor heating involves the zigzagging of loops of wire into the floor of a single room, such as the kitchen, bathroom, or a bedroom. This method is often used for retrofitting.
design. Published at Saturday, August 04th 2018, 07:56:55 AM by edgarquintero. For those instances where a widely open floor plan just doesn’t make sense or look well, it’s certainly not a bad idea to incorporate some sort of design elements that will resemble walls for you. Just be sure that they lean more toward Swiss cheese (plenty of visual “holes” and gaps) than toward a thick slice of cheddar. Leaving the top third of the vertical plane empty also helps to maintain a feeling of openness while still defining the smaller spaces.
design. Published at Thursday, August 02nd 2018, 02:13:19 AM by edgarquintero. While this benefit doesn’t apply to every household, it is an important one for those homes with children. A parent who can get their own things accomplished (e.g., making dinner, cleaning, working, etc.) while still keeping an eye on their children is in a better situation, safety- and peace of mind-wise.
design. Published at Tuesday, July 31st 2018, 10:30:53 AM by edgarquintero. Even more care is required when working on a marble kitchen counter or when you have a marble island. However, it’s worth the extra care considering how beautiful such a kitchen looks.
design. Published at Monday, July 30th 2018, 10:24:30 AM by edgarquintero. Because marble contains minerals, its iron content turns to rust over time, especially when exposed to high humidity so while it might not be advised to have marble flooring in bathrooms and showers, hallways are a whole different story.
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