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Countertops of custom polished and waxed concrete complement IceStone brand surfaces. Energy Star appliances and low- VOC finishes complete the custom kitchen.


On-demand hot water supplements the solar thermal system. A large cistern (left) helps keep soils on the steep site more stable. 


 


PRODUCTS
Structure — SIPs, ICFs, steel and concrete beams
Insulation — ICFs, SIPs
Appliances — Miele
Caulks and Sealants — OSI (low-VOC)
Cabinets — Pacific Crest
Countertops — IceStone, polished concrete
Home Controls — Crestron
Faucets — Kohler
Plumbing — Uponor (supply lines)
Siding — James Hardie “Hardiboard”
Hardware — Baldwin
HVAC — WarmBoard Radiant Heat System
Paints — Sherwin-Williams
Garage Doors — National Doors
Water Heating — Thermomax (solar tubes)
Roof — FiberTite (metal)
Ventilation — Panasonic (ERV and motion sensor bath fans)
Windows — Milgard, Velux “Sun Tunnel,” Andersen
Pavers — Mutual Materials (pervious)
PV Panels — SunPower, Helix Wind Turbine


“This was an incredibly ambitious project,” Clinkston adds. “We tried to really do it right. The main story is the superior thermal envelope, of course, but the project’s other goal was demonstrating the principles of low-impact development by way of a compact footprint.” GB


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