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Exceeding Passive House standard

Exceeding Passive House standard

Posted on Apr 28, 2013 in Project News | No Comments

                      The tightness or “leakyness” of a house is measured in ACH50.  This stands for air changes per hour at 50 pascals of pressure.  An “air change” is the amount of air equal to the volume of air in the house.   50 pascals is […]

High Quality efficient toilets

High Quality efficient toilets

Posted on Nov 27, 2012 in Materials, Project News | No Comments

This house is equipped with 6 TOTO model MS644114CEFG toilets.                           Three of them are set up with TOTO model SW554 washlets giving us high levels of both efficiency and cleanliness.                             […]

Instant hot water

Instant hot water

Posted on Nov 27, 2012 in Materials, Project News | No Comments

We equipped our home with ACT D’Mand (formerly known as Metlund) recirculating pumps.  The pumps eliminate the need to run water down the drain waiting for it to get hot.                                       Most of the sinks are covered with […]

Drink right from the faucet

Drink right from the faucet

Posted on Nov 27, 2012 in Materials, Project News | No Comments

Our home is equipped with a PSE2000 Pelican water system.    This was an easy choice for us; I had installed this system before and the owners had it in their current home, so we both were familiar with the system and very happy with it                   […]

Bamboo, Palm Trees, and Bowling Alleys

Bamboo, Palm Trees, and Bowling Alleys

Posted on Nov 26, 2012 in Materials, Project News | No Comments

Our wood floor is Plyboo strand bamboo flooring, color: Sahara.  It is FSC and FloorScore certified and with a 3000 Janka hardness rating, it is one of the hardest and most durable floors available.                                           […]

Cambria countertops

Cambria countertops

Posted on Nov 25, 2012 in Materials, Project News | No Comments

We chose to use manufactured quartz for our countertops because of their durability and low maintenance.   We went with Cambria because of their quality and because they are american made.  For the kitchen we chose Templeton  ”An unassuming gray with tiny toffee-colored flecks, Templeton is both relaxed and rugged like the old stone cottages […]