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There is no surprise that there are large expanses of cedar shingles on our shingle style project. But the architect wants to break up the pattern. Tommy shows Kevin how he does it with a diamond on the upper facade. The mudroom has lots of windows and there is not enough floor space to allow the radiant panels to provide enough heat. Richard finds Kevin Bilo installing radiant in the ceiling.
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