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Thank you. How about the width of the table and benches?
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Use of lights as stars
stars in the ceiling
Star lighting on ceiling
Different heights, star ceiling
How about this?...Star lighting
Passive House Retreat
structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru Photography
Fun accent! (looks like red barn from the side =) Is this cement board? There's several things we like about this house - "Passive House Retreat" by ZeroEnergy Design.
ZED zero energy design firm--designs passive and energy efficient homes
Modern, energy efficient interpretaton of barn
2. Rhode Island ZeroEnergy Design (ZED) used traditional agrarian aesthetics for inspiration and passive technologies in the execution of this charming and contemporary country
Little Girl's Bedroom
hi, i love the sky idea for the sealing how can i so the star like decor. Thanks
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Can you tell me the approximate size of the ceiling (square footage)? That will help determine about how many fiber endpoints were
glow in the dark paint.. Nut if you don't need the exact tiny little holes for the fiber optics? I've just used either the tiny paper glow in the dark stars or the plastic ones you get at the store for.. $4? you don't see them during the day and they glow at night. now I need to figure out how to do the
love the stars in the ceiling and clouds and back design
it seems that the task requires much more planning than I would've anticipated, since this is to be done outside. When you say slab, are you talking about concrete slabs like the sidewalk slabs that you would stack side by side? Clearly that would require steel pan support as well as Dresser Homes mentioned
You could use plywood. You need to be concerned about the joist deflection as much as the subfloor. Make sure you install a water proof membrane and some drian matt product. Water will get thru the tile
a superior way to go. There are thin set systems available like Mape or Shlueter I would recommend you consult an engineer. There is much to think about and the investment should be a carefully planned.
I love the star! Is it tin or wood? Where can I find one?
While the stars gained popularity outdoors, they have been brought inside as well. Barn stars were supposed to bring good fortune, offer protection against fires, hope, love, fertility, energy and harmony. Seems like a good symbol to put next to the bed! White barn stars also specifically represent
represent purity, the power of the moon, and allowing energy to flow freely.
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Craftsman Second Story Addition
A complete tear-off and new second floor now graces this this Seattle bungalow. A 3-Star Built-Green remodel, new energy efficient details were used through-out. This home was featured on the Cover of Fine Homebuilding Houses Issue #203 Summer 2009
That's great! We live in a 750sf one level home (30ft wide) in DC with a huge yard. We want to add on about 1700sf so I'm just trying to get an idea of what options we have. Thanks for getting back to me so fast.
green paint color with red door. Not sure about roof color
which is a plus. The DOE says that this kind of glazing works better in hot climates, but since it does increase the need for indoor lighting, the energy savings can be minimal. This type of coating is good for special applications.Spectrally selective coatings. These coatings are great because they
the professional is familiar with your local codes. To get an idea of units to consider, look at the Energy Star database for certified water heaters. Houzz users have chimed in on a discussion about tankless water heaters, too. But I caution you that many of the negative reviews I have seen in the U
I like something about this for a downstairs bath
the professional is familiar with your local codes. To get an idea of units to consider, look at the Energy Star database for certified water heaters.Houzz users have chimed in on a discussion about tankless water heaters, too. But I caution you that many of the negative reviews I have seen in the U
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