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Adam Dettrick Architects
Narrabundah House
Ideabooks879
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thermally broken aluminium, with low-e double glazing to optimise energy efficiency and comfort.
are thermally broken aluminum, with low-E double panes to optimize energy efficiency and comfort.
thermally broken aluminium, with low emissivity double glazing to optimise energy efficiency and comfort.
“Rug” — jacquiamy
JAMIE FALLA ARCHITECTURE
Le Portelet
Ideabooks1,118
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room; a medium one, an average-size, energy-efficient home; and a large stove, a larger or less energy-efficient home. Obviously this is a rough approximation
room; a medium one, an average-size, energy-efficient home; and a large stove, a larger or less energy-efficient home. Obviously this is a rough approximation
can be accessed using wireless connectivity. It heats your home more efficiently and more intelligently than a traditional thermostat. It works remotely
“Fire” — janeralphs
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks6,520
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Energy efficiency. Historic window sashes were divided into many small panes of glass
make and expensive. If you want to re-create this look but maintain energy efficiency, the best choice is a simulated divided window. Muntins are applied
4. Energy efficiency. Historic window sashes were divided into many small panes of glass
make and expensive. If you want to re-create this look but maintain energy efficiency, the best choice is a simulated divided window. Muntins are applied
“window” — sharfur
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kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks13,477
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decent thermal envelope with above-average energy efficiency. If your house has poor or standard energy efficiency, radiant heating may not ever provide you
purchasing and installing stoves that meet a 75 percent efficiency standard. Cleaner burning, highly efficient woodstoves make sense from both an environmental
spaces.Why: 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
EfficiencyBeginning in 1988 in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency
“Stove” — Clara Decker
Bromley Caldari Architects PC
The Captain's House
Ideabooks1,672
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created deep pockets, which he packed with insulation to create a more energy-efficient structure. Metal bar joists, off-the-shelf at the standard length,
Efficient use of space and mix of natural materials
created deep pockets, which he packed with insulation to create a more energy-efficient structure. Metal bar joists, off-the-shelf at the standard length,
“Accent lighting/room illumination” — tatemeier
Beach Style Living Room
Ideabooks7,139
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here is to check on the energy efficiency of your current furnace or boiler, which is measured by annual fuel-utilization efficiency (AFUE). Very old models
furnaces and boilers to increase energy efficiency, though the cost should be weighed against the cost of replacement and energy bill savings.
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
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
“I like the wooden window doors on the space” — yolanne
William Reue Architecture
A House in the Woods
Ideabooks1,766
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ane glazing. According to Reue, the house is “over 55 percent more energy efficient than a typical new home” and has earned LEED Silver certification for
quadruple-pane glazing. According to Reue, the house is ‘over 55% more energy efficient than a typical new home’ and has earned LEED Silver certification for
rainwater storage, natural cotton insulation, geothermal heating and an energy recovery ventilator.
What is an energy recovery ventilator?
“Windows” — Kellie Austin
Melocco and Moore Architects
Birchgrove House
Ideabooks2,584
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light all year round.On the flip side: High ceilings make a home less energy efficient in the cooler months, with heat tending to sit uncomfortably out of
all year round.On the flip side: High ceilings can make a home less energy efficient in the cooler months, with heat tending to sit uncomfortably out of
“Windows and roof” — Nicola Ross
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