335 energy efficient appliances savings Modern Home Design Photos

LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
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voluntary system, so not all appliances have a CADR. An Energy Star label on any air purifier indicates better energy efficiency but does not necessarily
voluntary system, so not all appliances have a CADR. -An Energy Star label on any air purifier indicates better energy efficiency but does not necessarily
voluntary system, so not all appliances have a CADR.An Energy Star label on any air purifier indicates better energy efficiency but does not necessarily mean
For in-duct air filters, look for the minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV) to tell how efficiently they pull particles from the air. MERV ratings
“floor” — jacqparis
Resolution: 4 Architecture
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Peconic Bay House Kitchen
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in their plant operations. Energy Conservation: The project utilizes efficient windows and low-E glazing that exceed energy star rating for Solar Heat
Gain Coefficient (SHGC) and U-Factor. In addition to incorporating energy star appliances, Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project Architect: Paul
vertical circulation and service items. This RES4 Prefab was conceived as an efficient solution to a tight 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Located on southern edge of
media room/study and entry. Using its roof-top solar panels and its high efficiency geothermal HVAC system, this house is its own power plant, contributing
further increase efficiency. Low-E coatings. These coatings increase a window's cost by 10 to 15 percent, the DOE says, but they can reduce energy loss by about
“Kitchen” — rhondawoloohojian
Art of Kitchens Pty Ltd
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Willoughby
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A European Laundry is one of the easiest ways to save an entire room in your home
to save a lot of water in the laundry (which accounts for 15-20 per cent of water usage in the home). Look for styles or brands with an efficiency rating
washing machine and dryer in your kitchen. You don’t want to have these appliances on show but they need to be easily accessed. Consider putting them in
will allow you to leave the cabinet doors open while you are using the appliances, and can be hidden away when you are finished. No one would even know
“Bi-folding or pocket doors for washing m & dryer.” — ringadub
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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From the Ground Up
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energy efficient, 1100 sq ft homes built for $150k
Discovering a New EfficiencyR House, Syracuse (2011), Architecture Research Office and TED by Onion
neighbors (not seen here). Both are designed to passive-house standards (minimal energy input), which informed their compact form and appearance. Their north-facing
“considering” — kaffum
Katz Builders, Inc.
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Shoal Creek Custom Home Five Star Energy
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Shoal Creek Custom Home Five Star Energy
Master bathroom and master closet overlooking a vista view. This Five Star Energy Home was designed by Travis Gaylord Young of Studio Momentum, Austin, Texas
Savings: According to Energy Star, you can save up to 15 percent on your energy bills with Energy Star–rated windows, doors and skylights. That’s $146
windows with Energy Star–rated ones ($71 in California, $247 in Florida and $208 in New England).Mixing brands and energy efficiencies based on your house’s
house’s position and the sun’s path can also help you save money. Also, sometimes it makes sense to splurge on one big showpiece like a window wall and
“Stone between windows with lights” — texasfatboy
FINNE Architects
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Port Ludlow House
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maximum durability, and a heat pump mechanical system for maximum energy efficiency. Sustainable interior finish materials include wood cabinets, linoleum
How energy efficient is this type of design?
at all that glass makes me cringe (I'm an efficiency nut)! Any specs on how the home's energy consumption would compare to a standard home, or
no need for any electric lighting whatsoever, thus creating another energy-savings. --Nils
I just did in my studio shed this summer; it's proving to be very efficient. Although the type of in-floor heating I would prefer (in a slab) becomes
degrades more quickly and requires maintenance if the sun blasts any surface save rock or stucco. Painting is needed much more frequently wherever the sun
“Love this house” — skichickut
Bromley Caldari Architects PC
The Captain's House
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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,
“Living room lights” — ninalara
CORE Architects
Interior Design
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Love the open layout and the warmth of the kitchen! I have a question about what appliance is underneath
by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so you'll need 510 watts of total light to efficiently light your room. Tip: When installing downlights in your kitchen, use
by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so you'll need 510 watts of total light to efficiently light your room.
by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so you'll need 510 watts of total light to efficiently light your room. Tip: When installing downlights in your kitchen, use
“four et frigo” — gdmalenfant
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