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Cornerstone Architects
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Bowman Residence Dining
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numerous features like a 5,000-gallon rainwater collection system, shading features, energy-efficient systems, spray-foam insulation and a material palette that helped the project achieve a five-star rating with the Austin Energy Green Building program. Photography by Adam Steiner
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HomeFor those of us who spend an inhumane amount of time cleaning our homes, this guide came as a welcome surprise. Houzzers couldn't wait to learn about how to design with concrete, central vacuum systems, moveable furniture and other easy-clean ideas in mind.
“foor/windows” — kellymcm71
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Point Dume Residence
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Can you tell me about the wall behind the tub? Wood? Stain color? Thank you!
this, NanaWall, to check out how this much glass will affect energy efficiency. They have different glass options, I believe, that are Energy Star certified as wells as LEED certified. They claim that these windows may lower your energy consumption, therefore lowering your bills. Check it out:
“Door” — lorettavs
Nest
Nest Learning Thermostat
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more wasting energy. Saving energy is a beautiful thing.
Great way to save energy with this
Dan Havel told me about this in his home
utility companies, too, Geschickter says. Companies like Opower currently provide utility companies with data about energy usage. “Many utilities in America have obligations to pursue and implement energy-efficiency programs; regulations require it,” he says. “So this could be an opportunity for Google.”Elgan
home security systems out there — take Xfinity home, for example — are bundled services that include home security, broadband (Internet and cable) and energy management. “It’s a triple play,” he says. Google could recoup its investment through a combination of product sales and recurring service streams
“home automation technology” — Marcraft Homes
GO LOGIC
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The GO Home Passive House
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house had to pass a series of tests that determined how much energy it consumes. (Only 4.750 BTUs per square foot for space heating are allowed per year.) The certification process is a benchmark for energy consumption, developed in Germany about 20 years ago. It will be the standard in Europe for many
house had to pass a series of tests that determined how much energy it consumes. (Only 4.750 BTUs per square foot for space heating are allowed per year.)The certification process is a benchmark for energy consumption, developed in Germany about 20 years ago. It will be the standard in Europe for many building
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Pella Windows and Doors
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Create a stylish entryway w/Pella® ENERGY STAR®-qualified fiberglass entry doors
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Create a stylish entryway w/Pella® ENERGY STAR®-qualified fiberglass entry doors
Transform your home’s entryway from bland to beautiful with a Pella® ENERGY STAR®-qualified, high-performance fiberglass entry door.
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Pella Windows and Doors
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Relax w/the beauty of Pella® Designer Series® ENERGY STAR®-qualified windows
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Relax w/the beauty of Pella® Designer Series® ENERGY STAR®-qualified windows
Bring the outdoors inside with stunning floor-to-ceiling Pella® Designer Series® ENERGY STAR®-qualified sliding patio doors and casement windows. These high-performance products provide peace of mind and the ability to easily control natural light and privacy with optional blinds or shades between-the-glass
Pella Windows and Doors
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Pella® Architect Series® hinged patio doors open up to beautiful possibilities
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Create your personal gateway to relaxation with stylish Pella® Architect Series® ENERGY STAR® -qualified wood hinged patio doors, and transform your view..
Energy Star Qualified
Energy Star
“Want these doors!” — Jennifer Burkes Watts
Pella Windows and Doors
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Pella® Architect Series® hinged patio doors complement the look of your home
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Pella® Architect Series® ENERGY STAR® -qualified wood hinged patio doors create a stunning look that may have people looking twice. Available in a wide range of customizable options to add your special touch to your home’s design.
Energy Star Qualified
Energy Star
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