We hope everyone had a great weekend and is all rested up for a productive Monday. 💪🏼
👉🏼What’s on the agenda for today?
Finishing coat going on by @wetpaintpaintersllc using @gracopaintsprayers and @stakracks
Do what you got to do, swapping glass for a new Louvre to create an exit point for our ecologizer, we can run it at 500 rpm less this way to minimize noise
⭐️December 15th Giveaway⭐️
Revealed by @jeffmackdesigns and provided by @fujisprayofficial
Today’s tool was the Fuji Spray Q5 Platinum
Model NAME: Q5 Platinum
Congratulations to the Winner
Kieley Goldsmith, Durant, OK
A couple years ago my family put all their trust in me when it came time to finish the already 30 year-old lake cabin that had been a shell since the 80’s .
I have installed about a dozen radiant ceilings and service about a dozen more that were first installed in the 1940’s. This isn’t a new or unproven method to efficiently heat a living space. Every modern hospital you’ve been in has radiant panels in the patient and operating rooms. Instead of the radiant panel being the floor or wall it’s directly overhead and it’s extremely comfortable .
If you don’t understand radiant heat just think back to your 7th grade science class. The second law of thermodynamics states (and this is simplified) that “heat energy will flow from an area of low temperature to an area of high temperature.” Or even more simply put: heat goes to cold .
That’s why radiant ceilings are so awesome. It’s physics and you can’t change that but you can use it to your advantage. The concrete foundation floor would’ve cost thousands to bust up, remove and replace if we wanted a proper radiant floor. An engineered radiant panel system installed over top of the existing floor would’ve cost thousands again and messed up door and stair riser heights. The radiant ceiling cost a fraction of those other methods and only lowered the ceiling height 3/4”. Winner winner, chicken dinner! .
And if you feel compelled to tell me heat rises, I feel obligated to tell you you’re wrong. Hot air rises, this is heat energy and it’s not heating air directly like a furnace. It’s really fascinating (to me at least), more info can be found all over the internet and in antiquated devices called books. Check it out for yourself. Hope this was helpful. 👊🏼👊🏼💯