376 solar hot water Eclectic Home Design Photos

Leger Wanaselja Architecture
McGee Salvage House
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warm tone pigments used on concrete floor, sealed with soy-based binder and water-based sealer
natural earth pigments give concrete its warm tones; it is sealed with a soy-based binder and a water-based sealer
earth pigments give the concrete its warm tones; it is sealed with a soy-based binder and a water-based sealer.The couple used blown-in cellulose insulation, a solar hot-water heater with a backup tankless water heater, and dual-flush toilets. The appliances are all Energy Star rated or better; the interior
” Wanaselja says of the look and function of his house. Well, money-wise anyway, because he certainly paid in time in dusty junkyards and sweat over hot metal. “I said I’d never do it again, but looking back it was like a party … I’d just get into Zen mode and take it at my own pace,” he says.Photo by
“wood” — Patrick Senin
Zero E Design
Chamisa Passive House
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House Energy Standard, the most stringent standard worldwide. A solar hot water system provides the heat for the radiant floor tubing and takes care of your domestic hot water needs (shower, cooking etc.) Hidden behind parapets is a solar electric array that takes care of your electrical needs. And then
Choose ecoArranged on one level with traditional mud-plastered walls, this highly energy-efficient home in New Mexico has a solar hot water and electricity system.
“Energy efficiency” — camislade
Jeni Lee
Abundant hills home for family of soon to be 7
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concrete slab floor and the rammed-earth walls," Thomas says. This is supplemented by a few hours of underfloor heating each day, supplied by solar-heated hot water pipes inside the concrete slab (hydronic underfloor heating). The result is a very comfortable living temperature through winter.
concrete slab floor and the rammed-earth walls," Thomas says. This is supplemented by a few hours of underfloor heating each day, supplied by solar-heated hot water pipes inside the concrete slab (hydronic underfloor heating). The result is a very comfortable living temperature through winter. The house
concrete slab floor and the rammed-earth walls”, Thomas says. This is supplemented by a few hours of underfloor heating each day, supplied by solar-heated hot water pipes inside the concrete slab (hydronic underfloor heating). The result is a very comfortable living temperature throughout winter. The house
“Wall colour with timber frames” — Danielle Anderson
Solar Energy Environments, LLC
Passive Home
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solar hot water
Solar Energy Environments, LLC
Passive Solar...solar pv
Lq Design Options Llc
Home in Wispering Woods, Waynesville
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Solar Hot Water System
Studio Geiger Architecture
7 Reviews
Berkeley House
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solar hot water
Leger Wanaselja Architecture
McGee Salvage House
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Kirei wheatboard for door interiors, concrete floors contains 50% fly-ash cement, blown-in cellulose insulation, dual-flush toilets, solar hot-water heater/tankless water heater
passive solar
“Kirei wheatboard for door interiors, concrete floors contains 50% fly-ash cement, blown-in cellulose” — bobbyleekay
SunPower Builders
Boyertown Guest Cottage
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This cottage designed and built in the vernacular of a Pennsylvania Farmhouse is 100% solar. A 4.2kW solar electric system (concealed on dormer roof), radiant floors heated with solar hot water, passive solar design applications for heating, cooling and daylighting, make this home, tight and quiet
all solar and i like it
“Stucco” — wheeleb99
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