The southern facing, rear facade, of the house is where the power source originates. Displays photo voltaic solar panels and coiled water pipes.
Instead of using low flush toilet, the European inspired double flush toilet allows you to control the amount of water flow in your toilet.
We use the on demand hot water heater as a backup for the solar hot water heater. Its perfect for any household as you can save over 50% of your hot water heater bills.
In the backyard, we are using recycled mulch, which happens to be recycled tires. The stones for the retaining walls are from the old house, using part of the old driveway.
Create a vapor barrier between the air temperature inside and outside by adding doors to your mud room.
Master bedroom: uses thermal insulated window coverings, covers cross ventilation between rooms.
The water that is heated from the roof, warms the floor by radiant heating. Cellular blinds are used for window coverings.
What the heat pumps do, is serve as the best backup for our solar radiant system.
Use the GREENandSAVE environmental approach, where you have great style and the function, but you also look at materials that are energy and environmentally friendly.
The family room and kitchen, which is the heart of this house, it is also where we generate the power for the radiant floor system.