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This hatch is beautifully simple! It starts with a simple box and a rebated applied door stop. The weather stripping is fitted into the rebate to create a nice seal. Next I’ll nail through the rebate and weather strip in one shot. See! Nailing. Boo-yah!! Too easy. Finally I glue a piece of 1/2″ plywood to 4″ of thermax […]
I’m building this cabinet in the shop. It’s function is to help organize a client’s mudroom, with 4 bays (one for each family member), each bay containing a shoe area, a flip-top bench for sitting on and stowing clothing articles, a coat hanging area, an open storage space and a high cabinet for lesser-used items. It’s built of a nice […]
Testimonials Just received this in an unsolicited (I swear) email from a customer: “Just wanted to let you know we got our rebate check today exactly 2 months as you promised. We see a big improvement in our home … View this post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog for WordPress.
Needed to add a ring today. Great work from the crew! View this post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog for WordPress.
Dated October 2010. Everything is dirty except the filter. View this post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog for WordPress.
God bless Martin Holladay SIP home with 2 air handlers for open space floor plan? | GreenBuildingAdvisor.com Plans / pics are attached Exterior walls are SIPs R-24 with 1-1/2″ EPS stucco Center ‘bumpout” is typical 6-9 stick with 3″ EPS (interior to be sprayed) WIndows are Integrity Low E3 window wall south … View this post on Google+ Post imported […]
Fun interview on how achitecture affects behaviour. View this post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog for WordPress.
Retrofitting a conical roof onto a segmented wall. You probably can't tell from the pics, but the top of the existing wall was out-of-level by almost 2". Good times. I keep meaning to drive by and get a finished shot – roof is standing seam copper. Reshared post from +Jesse Smith View this post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog […]
Really rigorous, good content. Well worth it. Will try to blog in more detail about at some point. Celebrating Thirty NESEA Members Who Accomplished Something Really Hard – NESEA Fifty students registered for Marc Rosenbaum’s ten-week Zero Net Energy Homes course in the Fall 2012. This is a graduate-level course, with a rigorous workload and lots of homework. We incorporated […]