9 Energy Efficient Improvements San Antoni Home Design Photos

Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Ideabooks478
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Schwabe used high-performance glass for the doors and windows, improving the studio's energy efficiency
used high-performance glass for the doors and windows, improving the studio's energy efficiency. "Wood windows and doors with exterior aluminum cladding
energy efficiency
“Barn door color for Sarah basement” — akostergeorge
Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Zero Energy House
Ideabooks6,744
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This project aims to be the first residence in San Francisco that is completely self-powering and carbon neutral. The architecture has been developed in
hidden pipes. In the realm of modern technology, these systems have been improved and perfected so that there’s now a range of options.
The interior glows with natural light. Skylights, large windows and energy-efficient LED lighting keep it open and bright year-round. All the electricity
“Counter chairs” — jbloom118
Poor House Interior Design
1 Review
Studio and Office
Ideabooks7,982
Questions3
@marydisher @millerevent @Robin Chase One step towards an energy efficient home is your windows & doors. All of our Renaissance solid bronze windows &
the window. All windows and doors are rated with a solar heat gain co-efficient (SHGC) and U-factor, so you could check those requirements to meet your
“Door window” — centuryspruce
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
37 Reviews
Eichler Renovation
Ideabooks24
Questions1
aluminum windows and sliding doors? if so, did you use Regular or Thermal Improved? I'm considering these in my new house in Seattle.
Milgard. To conserve energy, it would be a good idea to go with thermally improved windows. Wood windows are more energy efficient. You'll need to check
check the Washington State energy codes to determine what is best for you. :) Rhoda
“двір і вікна” — Dzvinka Zagaiska
GGR Energy & Remodeling
Green and Sustainable Building Improvements
Ideabooks2
Questions0
took place in San Diego, California. Using a creative insulation process with sustainable materials creates a home that is energy efficient and modern.
Green and Sustainable Building Improvements
“deck” — Geoff Howard
GGR Energy & Remodeling
Green and Sustainable Building Improvements
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took place in San Diego, California. Using a creative insulation process with sustainable materials creates a home that is energy efficient and modern.
Green and Sustainable Building Improvements
GGR Energy & Remodeling
Green and Sustainable Building Improvements
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Questions0
took place in San Diego, California. Using a creative insulation process with sustainable materials creates a home that is energy efficient and modern.
Green and Sustainable Building Improvements
“vertical wall garden” — Bri Garbani
GGR Energy & Remodeling
Green and Sustainable Building Improvements
Ideabooks7
Questions0
took place in San Diego, California. Using a creative insulation process with sustainable materials creates a home that is energy efficient and modern.
Green and Sustainable Building Improvements
“...great backdrop for hot tub...” — aprilhackworth
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