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ZeroEnergy Design
9 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks2,651
Questions4
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
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Passive House Retreat, New England, Zero Energy Design This is an elegant house carefully designed to low-energy passive standards. It has a compact footprint with large openings to the south and small openings to the north. It is clad in wood
at ZeroEnergy Design (ZED), a firm that specializes in energy-efficient architecture. "My clients wanted a home that was small, affordable, low maintenance and durable," she says. Thus, ZED created a flexible living space where one owner, a writer, could feel cozy and inspired when she comes here to
“Colour of siding white windows” — momtothreestars
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks1,586
Questions0
reducing the energy consumption of a house. “This house was designed to Passive House principles” means that the architect and builder, of their own accord, decided to pursue a set of measurable building standards that promote low-energy consumption. The term originated from Germany’s “Passivhaus.” “This house
saving energy. Taking it a step further, and into the realm of the Passive House building standard, a house can be designed to work hard in every season to maintain a comfortable and healthy indoor living environment, without consuming superfluous energy. A home built to the Passive House standard is
to save energy using the sun House turned when built to take advantage of natural resources
“nice contemporary shape/finish” — June Kerby
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
East Village Studio
Ideabooks42,961
Questions16
with low-energy activities such as reading, listening to music or, my favorite, nap time.More: Check out these fantasy kids' spaces
The plant is right at home in this well-designed and compact studio apartment. Its selection says that this houseplant is low maintenance, doesn't make a mess and has
“tirroir sous chaque marche” — louiseratelle
Northern Virginia Contractor
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5 Reviews
Raised Ranch Retrofit
Ideabooks1,180
Questions1
deep-energy retrofit using galvanized steel and fiber-cement siding
galvanized steel and fiber-cement siding durable, low maintenance energy efficient materials
exterior an energy-efficient makeover. Galvanized steel and fiber-cement siding are durable, low-maintenance, energy-efficient materials that give this home contemporary style. The tight envelope is ready to stand up to Vermont's harsh winters while complementing the surrounding landscape.
exterior an energy-efficient makeover. Galvanized steel and fiber-cement siding are durable, low-maintenance, energy-efficient materials that give this home contemporary style
Energy efficient exterior: Galvanized steel and fiber-cement siding are durable, low-maintenance, energy-efficient materials that give this home contemporary style. The tight envelope is ready to stand up to Vermont's harsh winters while complementing the surrounding landscape.
“siding like this?” — Justin Thomas
GO LOGIC
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
Ideabooks2,641
Questions9
are more energy efficient than smaller windows because the triple glazing performs thermally better than the frames, and larger windows are typically less expensive per unit cost than smaller windows. We installed operable windows on the east and west facades for cross ventilation. GO Logic purchased
discussion on energy saving tips on this house
aine architect Riley Pratt estimates that the average energy bill for his home is less than $20 per month. And that’s including the $10 a month he pays just to have service. To put that into perspective, the average homeowner in Maine spent $2,478 on energy
average energy bill for his home is less than $20 per month. And that’s including the $10 a month he pays just to have service. To put that into perspective, the average homeowner in Maine spent $2,949 on energy in 2009, according to the most recent data provided in the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s
“Simple design (accent windows)” — jddempster
GO LOGIC
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
Ideabooks684
Questions3
Energy saving farm house with nice master bedroom
Uses almost no energy- read article.
Maine House with $240/yr energy bill
Only $240 as the annual energy bill... Kaia and I want to build a house like this some day :)
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annual energy bill...energy efficient...energy savings
“Farm house” — Megan C
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandywoods Farm
Ideabooks17,410
Questions15
fantastic energy efficiency. In addition to the wind turbine as a source of 85 percent of the homes' power, the homes incorporate high-efficiency heat pumps, cellulose insulation, double-hung low-e windows, Energy Star light fixtures and appliances, and passive solar canopies and porches.
“Exterior colors” — johnmeyc
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Arroyo Grande Home
Ideabooks642
Questions0
durable, low-maintenance, energy-conserving home that is modern but timeless,” says Gast. “It allows our clients to delight in life in the country and age gracefully.”Tour more great modern farmhouses
“the bench used as sitting place on the other side.” — tantzie
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