64 heat & glo energy pro Contemporary Home Design Photos

Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
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Windows are beautiful. Please give detail about their solar efficiency, what brand, and are there tax credits for energy efficiency?
specific technical details go to www.pro.pella.com.
Hello... these are Pella wooden, clad windows, low E, argon filled. You can find out more at: http://www.pella.com/windows/product-lines/architect-series.aspx. No tax credits currently in Vermont for energy efficiency, but great savings on fuel
you may be able to cut way down on your heating bill. An active solar heating system (which usually includes panels as well as a storage tank of heated liquid) can collect and store energy from the sun, which can then be used to heat your home through radiant heat in the floors or baseboard heaters.
“Different view” — tlpilkinton
Glenvale Kitchens
Wenge and White
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cookware. The great news is that there is no tangible heat on its surface, which is helpful for the fingers of wee family members. Induction offers very even heat distribution, and a pot of water will boil within a minute, which makes this a very energy-efficient appliance. This particular model has been
cookware. The great news is that there is no tangible heat on its surface, which is helpful for the fingers of wee family members. Induction offers very even heat distribution, and a pot of water will boil within a minute, which makes this a very energy-efficient appliance. This particular model has been
Magnetic Induction Cooktop... energy effficient and responsive to changes in heat just like gas, without emmissions
“1층주방” — Tae Gu Kim
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris - Sao Paulo - Brazil
Ideabooks5,153
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window shades the simplest and most effective way to save energy with window treatments. Proper installment is key. Mounting shades as close to the glass as possible and right up against the adjacent wall creates a tight seal that minimizes both heat gain and loss. Shades with dual layers of fabric — a light
window treatment to save on cooling/heating
will reflect heat in summer, while the dark color will absorb heat during winter. Ideal locations: Shades are flexible, so any window orientation is suitable. Best uses: Depending on material, color and whether they are raised or lowered, they can help reduce both solar heat gain and heat loss.
that minimizes both heat gain and loss. Shades with dual layers of fabric — a light color on one side and a darker color on the other— add more functionality. Try reversing the shades based on the season; the light color will reflect heat in summer, while the dark color will absorb heat during winter.
“Window treatment” — clovinger
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
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they do lit­tle in terms of pro­vid­ing heat. If true warmth and co­zi­ness are what you’re af­ter, you might be bet­ter off in­vest­ing in a qual­ity wood­stove, which can gen­er­ate enough heat to warm an en­tire house on its
they do little in terms of providing heat. If true warmth and coziness are what you’re after, you might be better off investing in a quality wood-stove, which can generate enough heat to warm an entire house on its own, or in conjunction with another source of heat.
they do little in terms of providing heat. If true warmth and coziness are what you’re after, you might be better off investing in a quality woodstove, which can generate enough heat to warm an entire house on its own, or in conjunction with another source of heat.
“mantle” — kristicotton
CTA Architects Engineers
Cohen Residence
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sorry, for that one, i'll have to refer you to our interior designer, Hunter. http://www.houzz.com/pro/hunterandcompany/hunter-and-company-interior-design
radiant heating, lowering the home’s energy costs.
polished concrete flooring with in-floor radiant heat. Helps
The open-tread staircase leads to the second-floor main suite. The polished concrete flooring contains in-floor radiant heating, lowering the home’s energy costs. Artwork: Marshall Noice
“Open stair treads. Light colors” — terrigerger
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Kitchen
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2 small wall ovens reduces energy. convection
Use only the smallest oven you need for energy savings
circulates heated air around the food. This means that the temperature and cooking times can be reduced, using 20 percent less energy. Also look for a self-cleaning feature, as these models are better insulated, which boosts energy efficiency by maintaining oven temperatures.Money- and energy-saving tips:Save
widths: 24, 27 and 30 inches. The energy used by a wall oven relates to its size, so it's worth going for a smaller unit if it will meet your needs. If you have the occasional need for more capacity, opt for two smaller ovens rather than one larger unit. You'll save energy by frequently using just one of
“595 bowline” — bigisland4
S&K Interiors
20 Reviews
Portfolio 1
Ideabooks8,344
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photographer I will direct you to the designers page. http://www.houzz.com/pro/skinteriors/sk-interiors
Thanks for your question. Since I'm only the photographer I will direct you to the designers page. http://www.houzz.com/pro/skinteriors/sk-interiors
They will be happy to answer your question. http://www.houzz.com/pro/skinteriors/sk-interiors
Thanks for your question - Since I'm only the photographer S&K Interior design might be able to answer this for you. http://www.houzz.com/pro/skinteriors/sk-interiors
energy and lightness in the colors
sultry hints of the tropics peeking through, from the botanical-print cushions on the upholstered bench to the summery palette. Red notes add a little heat and spice.
“Nice colors” — omegajohn
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Curved House
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interest in suitability is manifested in numerous locations, which include a photovoltaic array on the cabana roof, a geothermal system, radiant floor heating, and a design which provides natural daylighting and views in every room. Photo Credit: Mike Sinclair
FLOS Glo-Ball Basic Table Lamp
Abundant natural light fills the house, which reduces the need for artificial light and excess energy consumption.
“chalkboard walls” — aerdesigns
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