Our home plans are directionally sensitive. The optimal house will have an ample south facing roof. Then to maximize solar benefits in a climate similar to Colorado, there will be a sunspace on the south side of the house. The other key element is the direction one enters from. If you have a good south facing lot in a sunny climate we can design you a home that will save you money and have a wonderful sun space. Or we can add a sunspace and convert your house to a Hybrid Home-see further down the page.
SOUTH ENTRY: THE TURNER
On a 7,085 SF Lot with 2316 finished square feet, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, a home office suite, 2 levels with a 515 SF garage and a 790 SF unfinished basement. Projected Cost: $345,000 after $4,000 Colorado Energy Saver Mortgage rebate.
with 17 Kw array-enough to power a car
UNDER CONSTRUCTION 7/15/2015 at 525 Pyramid Peak, Berthoud, CO
On a 7,035 SF Lot
Two Story Design:
with 1914 SF finished, 2 bedrooms, and a home office, 1120 unfinished basement, and 400 SF garage.
- Second Floor
Alternative Floor Plan for 525 Pyramid Peak:
First Level with West Kitchen
NORTH ENTRY THE NORTHERN A spacious Craftsman style house for a larger lot with a main floor master, a large garage and sunspace shop.
Second Level with upstairs laundry
North Entry Side
South (Rear) Elevation
SOUTH ENTRY: THE JERSEY This is like the Turner above but with a colonial look.
WEST or EAST ENTRY: THE KIMBARK This house was designed for a smaller subdivision lot where the house to the south was single story.
2 Bedrooms & Family possible
A 105 year old home home had its top "popped" and its basement created to convert it to a Hybrid Home. Maximizing the solar gain of the home: starting out front with flat plate collectors on a berm, passive solar with daylight basement windows, mainfloor sunspace, upstairs sliding glass doors, evacuated tube solar themal collectors as deck railing, and 3.3 KW of photovotaics on the roof.
Designed by Elegant Themes | Powered by WordPress