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Emerick Architects
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Hallway + Stair
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caused by the mechanical operation will make a casement window more energy efficient than a double hung or slider/glider. And, while some will argue this
caused by the mechanical operation will make a casement window more energy efficient than a double hung or slider/glider.
French casement window, more energy efficient due to manual operation, more expensive
casements more energy efficient than double hungs
caused by the mechanical operation will make a casement window more energy efficient than a double hung or slider/glider. And, while some will argue this
bedrooms all face the south, which here in Michigan allows passive solar energy during the winter. During the summer the sun is so high that the light
“French casement” — robyn1022
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Adam Dettrick Architects
Narrabundah House
Ideabooks724
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thermally broken aluminium, with low-e double glazing to optimise energy efficiency and comfort.
are thermally broken aluminum, with low-E double panes to optimize energy efficiency and comfort.
thermally broken aluminium, with low emissivity double glazing to optimise energy efficiency and comfort.
“agranda living” — nicoronel
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks525
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so not all appliances have a CADR. An Energy Star label on any air purifier indicates better energy efficiency but does not necessarily mean it is more
so not all appliances have a CADR. -An Energy Star label on any air purifier indicates better energy efficiency but does not necessarily mean it is more
system, so not all appliances have a CADR.An Energy Star label on any air purifier indicates better energy efficiency but does not necessarily mean it is more
For in-duct air filters, look for the minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV) to tell how efficiently they pull particles from the air. MERV ratings
“roof pAnelling” — Jawahar Madhanagopal R
GO LOGIC
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The GO Home Passive House
Ideabooks865
Questions3
Energy saving farm house with nice master bedroom
energy efficient...energy efficient house...Energy saving house...energy efficient housing
“Luke” — jummamurphy
Thompson Studio Architects
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Los Altos Hills Residence
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hoto 9 of 12 A metal roof is also much more energy efficient than an asphalt roof. It can decrease your energy costs significantly, especially if you live
Metal roof -more energy efficient...more expensive but longer life.
roofa are energy saving and can also add to the contemproray look of the house
A metal roof is also much more energy efficient
A metal roof is also much more energy efficient than an asphalt roof. It can decrease your energy costs significantly, especially if you live in a hot
“curved metal roof” — Charline Bucher
Princeton Architectural Press
From the Ground Up
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energy efficient, 1100 sq ft homes built for $150k
Discovering a New EfficiencyR House, Syracuse (2011), Architecture Research Office and TED by Onion
neighbors (not seen here). Both are designed to passive-house standards (minimal energy input), which informed their compact form and appearance. Their north-facing
“solid” — raggedyann50
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks4,587
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decent thermal envelope with above-average energy efficiency. If your house has poor or standard energy efficiency, radiant heating may not ever provide you
Why: You’ll save energy while increasing your thermal comfort. It’s a good project for you if: You’re doing a whole-house energy retrofit on a house
decent thermal envelope with above-average energy efficiency. If your house has poor or standard energy efficiency, radiant heating may not ever provide you
purchasing and installing stoves that meet a 75 percent efficiency standard. Cleaner burning, highly efficient woodstoves make sense from both an environmental
spaces.Why: You’ll save energy while increasing your thermal comfort.It’s a good project for you if: You’re doing a whole-house energy retrofit on a house
“Stove 31” — brainerboy
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
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On the opposite end, a highly energy-efficient house with an excellent thermal envelope won’t need radiant heating
and is not particularly efficient. It meets the standard of most other houses.Good: Your house has above-average energy efficiency. It has either been remodeled
thermal efficiency of your house? Let’s say there are three answers to this question: Poor or standard: Your house was not designed with energy efficiency
high rating on the energy section of LEED or has met the high energy requirements of a state or local certification scheme. Your energy consumption rates
remodeled or designed with certain energy consumption goals in mind, and performs fairly well.Excellent: Your house is highly sustainable. It is a certified
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“Ceiling” — Scott Jennings
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