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Cambuild
5 Reviews
Chatsworth
Ideabooks1,554
Questions1
Solar tube recessed in ceiling of bathroom
switch to gas or solar-boosted hot water.
Bathroom. Larger bathrooms don’t always mean larger windows. If this is the case in your house, consider str
us shave well, and a skylight can help supply our daily dose of natural light.
recessed solar tube...Solar tube skylight...Lighting above basin...Solar tubes...Solar Tube - EAS...fluorescent lights
“Skylight in shower” — chrisajones49
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Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Aspen Creek Residence
Ideabooks985
Questions1
shade roof isn't butted to the side of the house
passive solar. keeps the heat out in summer, lets it in for winter
awnings. If designed properly, the right roof overhang not only will block solar heat in summer but will allow desirable heat to help warm your interior in
in winter. Consult an architect or a designer experienced in passive solar design. He or she will consider a multitude of factors, like latitude, climate
climate and window size.Ideal locations: South-facing windows.Best uses: Solar heat gain and heat loss in new construction projects. Awnings are a sensible
“Tin roof” — jandk4
Aneka Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Exterior
Ideabooks23,442
Questions13
What is the color palette for this house?
I was wondering if there were any floor plans available for this house?
I'm only guessing on this because it looks exactly like my house except my trim is a little lighter. I used SW6186 Dried Thyme and getting
the landscape transitions seamlessly to the house.
First steps: Do your research and decide which solar water heater system will work best for your
your roof is the best location for the solar thermal panel. (It will be oriented toward the equator for optimal solar radiation.) You can also browse Energy
costs before asking for quotes.More: Let’s Clear Up the Confusion About Solar Panels
The long gravel path leading up to this beautiful house enhances the rustic charm of the exterior. Like a good rug, it ties everything together, and the
we have to have light trim
“Garage ramp” — lauridraggoo
Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
Ideabooks385
Questions0
A green roof populated by native plants helps insulate the house.
insulate the house. Possible for Ramsay?
green roof keeps heat inside the house and a solar panel generates electricity. This is double green technology integrated to perfection.
A green roof populated by native plants helps insulate the house.On average, people in Montreal buy and sell their homes every five years, Karsenti says
A green roof populated by native plants helps insulate the house.On average, people in Montreal buy and sell their homes every five years
A green roof to insulate the house
“green roof with solar panel” — francishvl
Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
16 Reviews
St Clements Master Suite
Ideabooks9,646
Questions8
that clearly benefits from the solar tube overhead. Compare the light level in the foreground (without any artificial lights on) with the space above the
dramatically increase the amount of natural light a dark hallway receives.
When a skylight is not possible, a solar tube may be an option. (My parents actually
space. Since these spaces are often enclosed and closer to the center of the house, they can be dark. Just like in the entrance foyer, small skylights can add
Not only is it brighter in the foreground, but the quality and color of light is superior.
like the design of the house
“Spin dells” — loudelight
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks1,323
Questions1
Karuna Passive House designed by Holst Architecture and built by Hammer & Hand. This high performance home meets the world's most demanding green building
solar - triple layer insulated windows PASSIVE HOUSE guidlines
airy feel to this passive solar house, i like the kitchen, dining, living to be in this hub of the house
that is then trapped within the supertight envelope. Ideally, houses following Passive House (and stricter net-zero) guidelines absorb enough heat from the
space and light and materials used
“ceiling drop and lighting” — nennergoat
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Linda Vista
Ideabooks6,233
Questions5
We are going to start building a house in January and we LOVE this house. Where can we find the plans?
STILL love this house facade! Please tell me the color/brand of the brick paint?
Can you Please advice on how do I purchase this house plan?
I like the look of this house except that I want a ranch and don't want the solar panels
Looks like solar panels to me.
“Portico” — alessi1624
Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC
2 Reviews
Crosslake
Ideabooks8,425
Questions6
Aristocrat Awnings offers solar drop shades like the one in the picture. You may chose from various colors and patterns. They block sun, light rain, and wind.
Abbycat292, Solar Shades do keep out light to medium rains, but should be rolled up during heavy storms
they offer a beautiful woodgrain. ... or aristocratawnings.com (for fabric solar shades).
Solar Shades do keep out light to medium rains, but should be rolled up during
or aristocratawnings.com (for fabric solar shades).
Aristocrat Awnings offers solar drop shades like the one in the picture. You may chose from various colors and patterns. They block sun, light rain, and wind. But
It reminds me of the house that first interested me in this color scheme that we saw
“enclosure” — obyne1476
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