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Heating History

How a farmer’s invention in 1782 evolved into a technology that helped to construct the Empire State Building.

1st Street, Park Slope

A 1920 Park Slope Brownstone restored and refreshed with Farrow & Ball colors.

Sea Girt, New Jersey

A lakeside new build with hydronic heat in New Jersey

Standon Hall, Staffordshire

An Edwardian wedding venue with a glowing new interior

West 10th Street 

New Rococo IIIs installed in one of NYC’s most coveted neighbourhoods.

Leicester Cathedral

115-year-old radiators for a 900-year-old Cathedral

Bedford Historic District Townhouse, Brooklyn

Ornate radiators refurbished for limestone-fronted townhouse in historic Bed Stuy neighbourhood.

Broadway Theatre, Catford

The Catford Theatre is undergoing a huge £7 million renovation.

Steam-Heated Colonial in Maplewood, NJ

Case studies: A one-pipe steam system in Maplewood, NJ.

The Triangle House

From squirrel break-ins to complete re-paints, this 1970s A-frame cabin has been on quite a journey.

Victorian Terrace

Case study: A retrofitted 1870 terrace in South Manchester.

How to heat under windows

All you need to know about sizing and positioning

How to heat efficiently

Sustainable heating and energy saving

Hallways

4 reasons why it’s a mistake to overlook heating in the hallway. 

Bathrooms

How to heat the warmest room in the house

Commercial Space

Give your clients a warm welcome

Eco Home

Case study: Lower Glasnant, a refurbished farmhouse in Powys, Wales.

British Country House

Case study: Underscar Manor, a renovated stately home overlooking Derwentwater, Lake District.

How to heat with steam

Steam heating 101

Brownstone

Case studies: A two-pipe system in Park Slope, Brooklyn. A one-pipe system in Harlem, Manhattan