- Solar electric and hot water panels on the roof are all now complete! #
- Picture of completed solar roof just added at http://bit.ly/vFV5v #
- zero carbon house #
- Just joined a twibe. Visit http://twibes.com/architects to join #
- Trying to find a comparison of net energy of Active House (http://twurl.nl/r6pw8v) and a Code for Sustainable Homes Level 6 house #archi #
- Insulation now on site, 280mm thick it goes outside new/existing solid masonry walls. #
- http://twitpic.com/650xc – Reclaimed brickwork with bird boxes for sparrows and black redstarts #
- http://twitpic.com/651k3 – Re: Reclaimed brickwork with bird boxes for sparrows and black redstarts #
Insulation is now on site. 280mm thick, it goes outside new/existing solid masonry walls.
- At the other end of the cost scale here is another low impact house, built from rubbish in West Virginia: http://builtfromtrash.com #
- RT @papercrete Nice weather so we are planting an organic garden this afternoon #
- The last two bird nesting boxes for swifts built in and curving roof completed. #
- First stair tread looks great – 200 year old Canadian Honeydew maple strips reclaimed from a silk factory. #
- See picture of frame for solar panels on roof at
- RT @ledlight Eco Architecture: Solar-powered house merges simplicity and sustainability http://tinyurl.com/r376wd [University of Illinois] #
- Wiring in and solar electric PV panels being fixed to the roof. #
- First ten solar PV panels fitted today – despite some heavy showers! #
- A little grainy perhaps, but John Christophers is now adding pictures to the progress updates at http://zerocarbonhousebirmingham.org.uk #
- Sorry, the exact address for the progress updates is http://zerocarbonhousebirmingham.org.uk/topic/progress – click “more” to see each photo #
First stair tread looks great – 200 year old Canadian Honeydew maple strips reclaimed from a silk factory.
The last two bird nesting boxes for swifts built in and curving roof completed.