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George Penniman Architects, LLC
6 Reviews
Oceanfront LEED Silver Home
Ideabooks773
Questions0
6. Remember that a sleeping porch is a modern-day energy saver. This shingle-style house in Rhode Island is LEED certified. The simple
SLEEPING PORCH Remember that a sleeping porch is a modern-day energy saver. This shingle-style house in Rhode Island is LEED certified. The simple
porch doesn’t require air conditioning makes it a good feature for today’s energy-efficiency goals.
porch doesn’t require air conditioning makes it a good feature for today’s energy-efficiency goals. Oceanfront LEED Silver Home Warren Jagger Photography
6. Remember that a sleeping porch is a modern-day energy saver. This shingle-style house in Rhode Island is LEED certified. The simple principle that a
porch doesn’t require air conditioning makes it a good feature for today’s energy-efficiency goals.
“Like rope and chain combo hanging idea” — gratefulcarol
Michael Abraham Architecture
5 Reviews
Madison St
Ideabooks11,767
Questions18
options, like "energy saver" and "no-heat drying."Your dishwasher is a stealth energy consumer: Between 80 and 90 percent of a dishwasher's energy consumption
DishwashersSeek out an Energy Star–rated dishwasher, which is at least 10 percent more efficient than
dishwasher to 140 degrees, as needed to melt newer dishwasher soaps.Money- and energy-saving tips:Always run a full load.Scrape, don't rinse. Hand-rinsing dishes
the water needed to hand-rinse.For not-so-dirty dishes, use the light or energy-saving wash cycle, which uses less water and operates for a shorter period
“Floor” — lgundrum264
Robson Rak Architects Pty Ltd
Merricks
Ideabooks1,201
Questions4
ed glass Using double-glazed glass on windows and doors is a massive energy saver. Double-glazing helps to keep the temperature in your home consistent
likewise in winter you can reduce the need for heating. Not only will your energy bills be more friendly on the hip pocket, but the environment will benefit
zed glassUsing double-glazed glass on windows and doors is a massive energy saver. Double-glazing helps to keep the temperature in your home consistent
likewise in winter you can reduce the need for heating. Not only will your energy bills be more friendly on the hip pocket, but the environment will benefit
“Like the lamp” — amoodie
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Weaver Custom Homes
1 Review
McCumber Lane, Lewis Center
Ideabooks89,718
Questions8
Love the drying racks. Great idea and energy saver.
space savers
“laundry” — fcwbrown
Effect Home Builders Ltd.
2 Reviews
Belgravia Green Net Zero Energy Home
Ideabooks881
Questions1
Belgravia Green Net Zero Energy Home
Energy saver...zero energy home
“roof top access to solar panels” — B&W Marine
beautiful bones and purple stones
11 Reviews
bones photos
Ideabooks202
Questions0
Deciduous trees, unlike many conifers, are fantastic energy savers, providing shade in the summer months while letting in light and heat
Deciduous trees, unlike many conifers, are fantastic energy savers, providing shade in the summer months while letting in light and heat in winter.
“Yard ideas” — azgramda
Cornerstone Architects
27 Reviews
Lake Home Exterior
Ideabooks6,293
Questions1
type waterfalls are also an energy saver as opposed to a large wall over spill on the spa. Always consider how much energy (hydraulics) will be needed
“Grass around pool?” — julieodriscoll76
VeroKolt
Graciosa
Ideabooks290
Questions0
Great energy saver
“Door and wood colors, entryway” — cbshort
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