Posted: 29 Oct 2012 08:02 PM PDT
Laneway House is a sustainable home created by Lanefab. This contemporary, small, green architecture house, owned by a young couple, is constructed by using structural insulated panels, completed with several sustainable features.
This eco construction was built in the couple’s parents’ property. It has one bedroom, one bathroom, and an in-floor soaker tub in the living room covered with acrylic. It also has 200 sq ft flex-garage.
The sustainable home building is constructed by using SIP materials, including R40 walls. This will provide good insulation to provide high heat loss protection. It also supported by Cascadia triple-glazed windows and triple-glazed aluminum-clad fir doors. Watercycles drainwater heat recovery and a air-source heat pump by Daikin are also available. The home automation becomes an important feature also.
By all of this features, this sustainable building may achieve 87 points under the EnerGuide program. It is claimed to be one of the top-five most efficient homes registered in Vancouver.
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