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Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home
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It makes little sense to spend a fortune then brag you have no energy bill. The return on investment is "forever".
fluctuates 1 degree either side of 22 degrees in any room. As for spending the money. It is not all about energy efficiency thats more us giving back to the planet. You do have to follow the energy model to create a healthy environment.
for energy efficiency and concrete house
concrete house - cost effective energy bills!
nice angles and $0 energy bills
solar to a battery to save the energy.
reduced energy bills, concrete bldg for longevity, sited for solar energy use, NZ Builders ltd
expensive maneuver than buying better energy-efficient windows. Gray spent four years working out these kinds of trade-offs on paper before starting construction. See more about siting a house to conserve energy
“http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/27285792/list/Houzz-Tour--See-a-Concrete-House-With-a--0-Energy-Bill” — Annie Thornton
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Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home
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lots of windows. energy efficient
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Energy saving house, cool design, $0 electric bills
Love this energy efficient concrete home in BC. Interiors
House with $0 energy bill using solar panel
concrete, zero energy, flat roof, modern design, clean, lots of glass. right-sized
create a home built on super-energy-efficient Passive House design principles. He hasn’t lived in the house a full year yet, but so far, with the help of solar panels, he’s expecting his energy bill for the year to be $0.
Concrete home with lots of energy savings
degrees, it lessened the energy performance by 25 percent,” he says. With many passive homes, which save energy due to how they’re designed and constructed, the building orientation is more compact and cube-like. Gray didn’t want a two-story design, so he made up for the less efficient structure by adding
“solar panels” — renes880
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
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Raised Ranch Retrofit
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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.
Give the exterior an energy-efficient makeover. Galvanized steel and fiber-cement siding are durable, low-maintenance, energy-efficient materials that give this home contemporary style
against the weather and looked dated (check out the before shot). Tip: Give the 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
“ranch split” — brianc73
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Lake Flato Architects
Hacienda Ja Ja
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modern and energy efficient. energy monitoring system for $1000
lake flato architects energy efficient home
Love the technology of a house monitoring itself in energy consumption
architecture of this home...and it is energy efficient to boot!
Eergy efficient solutions for the modern home
open feel, energy efficiency, light.
Love the energy efficiency
light and efficiency
lower energy impact...ENERGY EFICIANT
“entry” — kevstephb
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VILLA BLACK AND WHITE
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Exterior blinds for energy efficiency best installed in new construction.
Exterior blinds, which are best for new construction --- think dining room addition off the kitchen. Ext. blinds are better for energy efficiency.
exterior blinds; good for new construction; more energy efficient too
exterior blinds for energy saving idea
“terrace steps” — dmiscoll
GO LOGIC
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The GO Home Passive House
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Uses almost no energy- read article.
Maine House with $240/yr energy bill
Passive energy house
cool house and very efficient
Low energy sufficient home
energy efficient housing
energy efficient house
Maine energy efficient house
Energy saving house
“Asphalte non requis ?” — rothvel
Arkin Tilt Architects
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Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin
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The house features energy independence by necessity. Solar hot water collectors provide domestic hot water as well as space heating by flowing the heated fluid first through a heat exchanger and then into tubing buried in a 2 ft. bed of sand beneath the floor slabs. © Eric Millette Photography
inefficiencies of other construction practices. This project uses many modern energy-efficient solutions, including solar panels, SIPs and straw bale to weave together a modern home.
This project uses many modern energy-efficient solutions, including solar panels, SIPs and straw bale to weave together
Green, at-least somewhat energy sufficient home would be a goal.
Today, with energy-efficiency concerns, materials like structural insulated
“techo sin aislacion alero” — nicoserrati
Ron Brenner Architects
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Modern Cottage Exterior
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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, though older models are still being sold. New window air conditioners are nearly twice as efficient as older ones, so springing for a new unit could
could cut your home cooling bill in half this summer. Look for an energy-efficiency ratio (EFR) of 10 or more for window AC units.
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, though older models are still being sold. New window air conditioners are nearly twice as efficient as older ones, so springing for a new unit could
“House style” — Jansie Butts Martin
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