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Lake Flato Architects
Hacienda Ja Ja
Ideabooks1,631
Questions5
minimum cost and energy loss. Tenna points out that a typical custom house has 30 to 40 percent of the wall area as glass, but this house has 23 percent, which is closer to a typical house.
minimum cost and energy loss. Tenna points out that a typical custom house has 30 to 40 percent of the wall area as glass, but this house has 23 percent, which is closer to a typical house.
“Dining table” — Ilana Millhouse
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
Olive Tree Lane
Ideabooks60,812
Questions234
know the energy efficiency of the double sided panoramic fireplace. Will this unit assist in reduction of my energy bill. How long will it take for the cost of the unit to be recovered by energy savings? What is the approximate cost of a unit like this?
least costly way to fix this? I was wondering if bead board would be best and least costly. How does bead board hold up in a bathroom? What about warping?
de as cost effectively as possible?
workroom. The cost of sewing two panels together should be less than 50 dollars, and it will be perfect. Congratulations on your home. The rendering looks fantastic.
“Foyer mure brick” — lehoux52
Cornerstone Architects
15 Reviews
Cat Mountain Residence
Ideabooks146K
Questions98
charm. Energy efficient materials along with reclaimed architectural wood details were seamlessly integrated, adding sustainable design elements to this transitional design. The architect and client collaboration strived to achieve modern, clean spaces playfully interjecting rustic elements throughout
How much does the cost for building this house?
have been saving photos in my ideabook on your website. If I stop for now, is there a way to go back to my pictures from the spot where I last left off, or will i have to start over from where I left off?
early cost projections. If it's all in one place (design-build) or the architect and builder are able to work together from the beginning there is less oversight and more accurate estimates.
“beams” — yukuahmed
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Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks5,755
Questions6
windows can save you up to 25 percent of your heating bill, according to the DOE. If new windows are not in the cards, you can still improve efficiency by covering single-pane windows with storm windows in winter and white shades in summer to reflect heat away from the home.
increase energy efficiency, though the cost should be weighed against the cost of replacement and energy bill savings.
windows can save you up to 25 percent of your heating bill, according to the DOE. If new windows are not in the cards, you can still improve efficiency by covering single-pane windows with storm windows in winter and white shades in summer to reflect heat away from the home.8. Retrofit or replace your old
on the energy efficiency of your current furnace or boiler, which is measured by annual fuel-utilization efficiency (AFUE). Very old models had efficiencies in the 56 to 70 percent range, while the best new furnaces measure up to 97 percent efficient. It is possible to retrofit older furnaces and boilers
“Cape” — sdvarrelman
Bromley Caldari Architects PC
The Captain's House
Ideabooks1,101
Questions1
name, cost and where can it be purchased would be much appreciated.
a more energy-efficient structure. Metal bar joists, off-the-shelf at the standard length, hold 12 inches of soil and grass on the roof, creating more insulation that keeps the space warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
cost effective.He used 2-by-8 studs to give the ceiling height without needing
a more energy-efficient structure. Metal bar joists, off-the-shelf at the standard length, hold 12 inches of soil and grass on the roof, creating more insulation that keeps the space warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
“Design” — Leroy Barela
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks3,812
Questions7
You’ll save energy while increasing your thermal comfort.It’s a good project for you if: You’re doing a whole-house energy retrofit on a house that is occupied continuously and has a decent thermal envelope with above-average energy efficiency. If your house has poor or standard energy efficiency, radiant
lower wood costs, less handling and less ash removal. The higher the efficiency, the less fuel you’ll consume and the lower your emissions will be.Buyer beware: Stoves with an extremely low price probably aren’t EPA certified. There’s a loophole that permits highly inefficient stoves to be sold in the U.S
“Leather Bean Bags” — travelngal
GO LOGIC
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
Ideabooks2,788
Questions7
as an energy credit. With grid-tied systems like this, you don’t make money producing energy; rollover credits go into your account and accumulate on an annual basis. (Off-the-grid, stand-alone solar electric systems require large batteries to store the sun’s energy when the sun is not shining. Batteries
these cost around $10,000. Various tax incentives and rebates offered in numerous states sometimes significantly offset the upfront cost to install them. Pratt says the investment pays off in five to seven years, depending on usage. Add to ideabook by GO LOGIC Solar photovoltaic panels
these cost around $10,000. Various tax incentives and rebates offered in numerous states sometimes significantly offset the upfront cost to install them. Pratt says the investment pays off in five to seven years, depending on usage.
“Sectional with metal legs” — Jane Barbara
Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
City View Residence
Ideabooks224
Questions1
reduce energy use. The reuse of the existing foundation system expedited permitting at the City of Seattle and saved construction cost and materials. The City View Residence was a collaboration of Rhodes Architecture + Light, Swenson Say Faget Engineering, LightWire, Lighting Design, and the owners. Mark
Project Cost: $340/SF - Photographer: Michael Shopenn An old WWII era house in West Seattle with a very small footprint had one obvious recommendation for a buyer who called us in 2005; a sweeping view of the City of Seattle. The view from the existing house took in Magnolia and Alki Point to the north
“Leopard chaise lounge. Love it !!” — jlauderbaugh
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