Foursquare Sustainable Green Home Renovation 2010

A total renovation and a second story addition to a 1940’s tract home offered an opportunity to give the home new character. More important – it allowed the owner to update the inefficient envelope and mechanical systems.

Green features include:
Deconstruction of existing structure
Fiber cement board siding
Low-E glass windows and doors
Radiant heating
Energy star appliances
Stainless steel countertops in kitchen
Salvaged ceramic tiles in bathrooms.


Year Built: 2010
Construction: LaMar Construction, Inc. lamar-construction.com
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“Color & garage” — sandyp123
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“glass door/stair newell” — nataliecrotty
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Standing at the stair landing looking up, the wall continues to roof, ending in a skylight. Painted a bright blue it seems to continue up into the sky.
“Skylight at the landing?” — tydavison
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Construction: LaMar Construction, Inc, Scotts Valley, CA
“like the wood left on the sides. risers painted only” — cdhayes
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“Sun tunnel” — Sabra Reyes
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Construction: LaMar Construction, Inc, Scotts Valley, CA
BEFORE
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BEFORE: A small midcentury home
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