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kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
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is not particularly efficient. It meets the standard of most other houses. 2.Good: Your house has above-average energy efficiency. It has either been remodeled
is not particularly efficient. It meets the standard of most other houses. Good: Your house has above-average energy efficiency. It has either been
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
“simplicity” — Amber Schaeffer
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks4,465
Questions7
whole-house energy retrofit on a house that is occupied continuously and has a decent thermal envelope with above-average energy efficiency. If your house
house has poor or standard energy efficiency, radiant heating may not ever provide you with real comfort. If your house is particularly well insulated, you
Adding hydronic radiant floor heating to your entire home or major living spaces. Why: You’ll save energy while increasing your thermal comfort. It’s a good
whole-house energy retrofit on a house that is occupied continuously and has a decent thermal envelope with above-average energy efficiency. If your house
house has poor or standard energy efficiency, radiant heating may not ever provide you with real comfort. If your house is particularly well insulated, you
“Floor” — sandragoldenalbert
Camber Construction
Kitchen refrigerator
Ideabooks27,406
Questions13
How can I design the most efficient prep area in a kitchen?
about creating the most efficiently designed kitchen. It really covers all basics and should help you lay out a functional and efficient prep area. ...
Refrigerators are energy hogs, accounting for 9 to 15 percent of your home's electricity use. Luckily, choosing an energy-efficient refrigerator can be
features can each increase overall refrigerator energy consumption by 10 to 15 percent.Money- and energy-saving tips:Locate your refrigerator away from sources
as easy as looking for the Energy Star label, which guarantees the appliance has met government standards. However, all Energy Star appliances are not created
created equal — energy consumption still varies significantly from model to model. The Energy Star website can help you compare models to find to the most
“lines” — Gen Carr
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LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
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Questions0
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
Celebrate timberWhen wood makes up the fabric of your home, let it be the star of the show by adding minimal furniture. This Danish
“open and freedom” — aseaman16
Jace Architecture
West Portal Private Residence
Ideabooks2,532
Questions2
Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading
1. Block the Sun From Reaching Your Windows Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way
Energy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way
1. Block the Sun From Reaching Your WindowsEnergy-efficient houses depend on well-designed shading systems, because the best way to avoid summer heat is
“sun shade” — engr_raymond
Hughes Studio Architects
Meadow Lane
Ideabooks2,365
Questions4
26-watt compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LED.” Get the lowdown on energy-efficient LEDs
compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LED.” Get the lowdown on energy-efficient LEDs
Tip: Avoid adding a light above the mirror. That includes recessed lighting in
Milan fairground, Rho ... BATHROOM LIGHTING/extracts from Houzz: Tip 1: Use a pair of sconces mounted at eye level on either side of the mirror
26-watt compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LED.”Get the lowdown on energy-efficient LEDs
“mirror” — terryturner
Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
Modern Cottage Exterior
Ideabooks4,895
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g for your homes yourself? I really love
what you do with the homes, all the trees and plants seem to emphasize the beauty of the home and the architecture
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twice as efficient as older ones, so springing for a new unit could cut your home cooling bill in half this summer. Look for an energy-efficiency ratio (EFR)
installing or replacing central air, look for an Energy Star label with a seasonal energy-efficiency ratio (SEER) of 13 or greater, which is the new standard
twice as efficient as older ones, so springing for a new unit could cut your home cooling bill in half this summer. Look for an energy-efficiency ratio (EFR)
“Gorgeous .facing A-frame - no boring looks here! Window boxes perfect design touch” — Janet Garrett
ZeroEnergy Design
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Passive House Retreat
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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.
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Holiday home - simple entry/bootroom storage
The simplicity of this entry for a home that doesn't have a huge area to fill with bench, shelves, cubbies, hooks
See our 5 steps to a clutter-free home seriesWhat are your systems for getting things out of the house? Share your tips in the Comments below.
To the left of the front door is an efficient mudroom with lots of storage by Poggenphol, a bench for putting on and taking off shoes, coat hooks and good
“great mudroom” — aliciaybarra
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