63 energy cost savings Industrial Home Design Photos

Actual-Size Architecture
Kitchen Island
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and Kliptech, all offer several colors, though the material typically is available only in medium to dark hues, all in a smart-looking matte finish. Cost: $40 to $80 per square foot installed.
alternative. Researchers are concerned, however, that fly ash concrete can emit radon, a dangerous gas that can cause lung cancer. It’s probably best to save this material for outdoor spaces. Seal stone surfaces using water-based, low-odor Safecoat MexeSeal instead of chemical-laden traditional sealants.
alternative. Researchers are concerned, however, that fly ash concrete can emit radon, a dangerous gas that can cause lung cancer. It’s probably best to save this material for outdoor spaces.Seal stone surfaces using water-based, low-odor Safecoat MexeSeal instead of chemical-laden traditional sealants. Be
“Island stovetop and use of green cabinetry under black bench” — villagebelle
Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
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building materials. It has many uses inside, too. Here, plywood is used to create a unique railing for the stairs. When you take into account the labor saved by using large, strong, straight sheets of wood in building products, plywood is an economical solution to many problems. You are limited only by your
Postgreen's use of nontraditional finish materials such as plywood and concrete keeps costs down and reflects their clients' style. "We tried to create a minimalist, modern look that is well liked but generally unavailable, particularly in
"Using an open floorplan and non-traditional finish materials, we captured a look that appealed to our demographic while also shaving down construction costs."
“temporary top of steps” — mebewe
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
music room
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I only like the idea of solar tube lighting, not necessarily the design here. Maybe a cost efficient, leak free alternative to skylights for lots of daylight sun.
music room and other parts of the second floor. "This family uses very few electrical lights in the home during the day, which in the end saves on energy and utility costs," says Goulette.
“The floor and openness leaves room to customize to my taste” — Missy Hernandez
Gut Gut
Bratislava Apartment
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I am saving this for the pantry wall on the left
space operates from this vibrant block of color and space-saving efficiency.
3. Ask your landlord to lower the water heating temperature. Changing the water heater to the "warm" setting with a maximum temp of 120 degrees will save energy and prevent accidental burns. This is especially important
9. Colorful and Custom European KitchenHomeowner: Lukas Kordik of Bratislava, SlovakiaThis space-saving customized kitchen is full of smart storage solutions. The bright blue kitchen cabinetry provides plenty of color while taking up minimal space. An
electric stove top, an oven set flush into the cabinetry and integrated drawer handles keep things simple. Having the main kitchen unit in a single block saves space and keeps the kitchen open.
“Love counter” — pjkenny123
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
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Matthews Library
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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects Save to Ideabook Email Photo Here is another wall of books that integrates larger openings for displaying objects other than books. They are horizontal
becoming more boring than beautiful. Here's where a single burst of color, large in scale, hung on a cream wall comes in. Obviously, the art adds some energy to the space; however, this also works as a building block for slowly working color into the room. If I were styling it for a photo shoot, I'd bring
I was on site and could see that these raised dormers would be an improvement to my original plans; because the workers were there, I found out the cost of creating them was minimal." The change was made on the fly, and these added angles bounce the light and add dimension to the ceiling. The painting
“Cool chair” — kojak2317
Angela Todd Designs
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Writer's Loft
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The traditional way of installing HVAC ductwork, in unconditioned attics and crawlspaces, wastes huge amounts of energy. Bring them into the open, as in this picture, so that you're heating and cooling your house, not your neighborhood.
Open truss ceiling. Cost saving.
“Ceiling” — Mitch GG
Matt Garcia Design
2 Reviews
Llano Exit Strategy
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How much does it cost to build one of these cabins?
Would walls in terms of cost effective.
Four-by-8 sheets of plywood were used for all the cabin interiors to save cost and add character. “Nobody wanted slick white walls,” Garcia says. “We wanted to do a modern form with rustic details.” The grain also adds a textually graphic element and a vibrant gold color. The homeowners who share this
“Floor” — Esteen Poole
PLACE architect ltd.
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PH-1 dining
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glass to them? A friend of ours owns a glass company here in the valley and we could get a deal on glass, but not sure if that will be much of a cost savings overall or if the door company would more or less frown on the added complication of getting another company involved. Again, thanks so much!
fixed within the housing industry. Really big developers are already using many prefab techniques in their homes/developments because it's quick and it saves money. This is not a new idea, but it is something that is new to a design-oriented community, because the fact that it isn't completely customizable
“Roll up door to pool from kitchen” — kcayse
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