384 energy Craftsman Home Design Photos

Kenny Craft, CNU LEED AP
1 Review
Green House - 1152 - South Main Colorado
Ideabooks3,930
Questions5
appropriate, energy-efficient windows, Energy Star appliances, low-VOC products, and floors of reclaimed or renewable materials such as bamboo and cork.
“Love the green on the lower level” — deniseknight777
jARCHITECTS: Jim Rymsza, AIA
5 Reviews
Craftsman Second Story Addition
Ideabooks7,309
Questions10
remodel, new energy efficient details were used through-out. This home was featured on the Cover of Fine Homebuilding Houses Issue #203 Summer 2009
lighting, the energy savings can be minimal. This type of coating is good for special applications.Spectrally selective coatings. These coatings are great because they cut out 40 to 70 percent of the heat but still allow the light through. That means a low U-factor and SHGC but high VT. Spectrally selective
“Paint outdoors” — wittengirl
Bali Construction
1 Review
Bali Construction
Ideabooks2,481
Questions7
windows with energy effecient double pane windows and new hardwood floors that also provide radiant heating. It is evident that attention to detail was a primary focus during this project as our team worked diligently to maintain the traditional look and feel of the home
decent energy rating, and you’re installing them yourself, you can expect to pay $190 to $275 per window, depending on the size and efficiency,” he says. “If you hire someone to install them, that number might shoot up to $285 to more than $400 per window,” he continues. “So for a two- or three-bedroom
decent energy rating, and you’re installing them yourself, you can expect to pay $190 to $275 per window, depending on the size and efficiency,” he says. “If you hire someone to install them, that number might shoot up to $285 to more than $400 per window,” he continues. “So for a two- or three-bedroom
“Window- These windows make the home seem old fashioned because of the wood.” — ktcld
Aneka Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Exterior
Ideabooks17,702
Questions12
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“for the girls” — lloujones13
Thomas Saxby Architect
Addition and Remodel
Ideabooks1,648
Questions4
the good energy," says Ellis. Sectional:”
positive energy, will be drawn into your home.
“Column” — wes1026
William Johnson Architect
11 Reviews
LEED Platinum Certified Residence
Ideabooks4,274
Questions4
attention to energy savings and low maintenance features.
consume less energy and require fewer resources to build. Fewer irregularities in the form mean fewer opportunities for thermal bridges, which are points in the building’s envelope or skin that make it easy for heat to escape in winter and enter in summer. To keep costs down for construction, heating and cooling
“love” — yrobby
361 Architecture + Design Collaborative
4 Reviews
Modern Craftsmen Remodel
Ideabooks267
Questions1
home more energy efficient, warm and functional. The solution was to bring more light into the spaces, insulate throughout and redo the existing space and create a fully functional, roomy kitchen to be used for both cooking and entertaining.
energy efficient
“Hood” — acadaret
studio26 homes
Craftsman Green Home
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Questions3
Energy Star Qualified Home
“Hardie Board, countrylane red” — sandralkay
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