That’s exactly the path the Russo-Butler home is on. Their energy bill was $21 in January 2019 (one of the coldest on record) and that’s before they install their solar panels. A major reason the home’s HVAC is so efficient is that they are on track to get 32.5 out of 34 max points for the system! I remarked that …
Several years back, Naomi Nelson and Lou Doench were living in a loft-style, high-ceilinged industrial loft across from Old St. Mary Church in Over-the-Rhine. And at the time, it was a perfect setup for the young couple. But when they wanted to start a family, they moved north — to Northside – and into a 120-year-old home. Their new neighborhood …
Achieving LEED Platinum isn’t an easy thing to do in any size home. Normally it requires solar panels and a rainwater catchment system. And Camden Homes has done that for one of their homeowners but for another that didn’t want solar panels they found other ways to achieve the highest LEED Certification for the maximum tax abatement in the City …
They fell so much in love with the building and each other that they got engaged on the site and pledge to hold on to it as their urban oasis. “This is a once in a lifetime find in the city,” Lauren stated, “Every single one of these details we have touched, this is us.” Lauren Klar and Neil Marquardt …
They were all influencers to the owners, Janet and Joe Bunge, whose design incorporates the aesthetics of all of these modernists. Janet took the lead on the project and through frequent meetings with the architect Mike Wentz and the design team at Aubrie Welsh Interiors, the home came to life. Blurring the lines between inside and outside is a major …
Kinsman Residence Tour
10 am to Noon
Come join us to experience one of the most futuristic homes in the Tri-State. It doesn’t have a boiler! Heat is supplied by solar hot water panels on the roof; along with natural venitlation it proves that you may not need the power company. Learn more about the home. Attendance is limited to 20. We’ll have a great swag bag and a raffle! Register with Chuck Lohre at 513-260-9025 or [email protected]
Presentation made to the Miami Valley Chapter of the Sierra Club retreat Feb. 8, 2014. The presentation is an overview of the most recent update of the LEED for Home standards. You will learn from the presentation how to design a sustainable landscape, reduce your water use, improve energy and comfort of your home or office, use regional, reused, recyclable and renewable materials and improve the indoor air quality of your home or office. The tour is planned for the Spring of 2014, contact [email protected] for details.
The following is an outline for a series of classes to pass the LEED for Homes Accredited Professional exam.
We’re creating a series of tours that focuses on how families are living sustainably in their homes. Our goals will be to learn the LEED for Homes Sustainable Categories.
How to design and use a kitchen to make healthy food for your family, while easy to use and clean.
What does a landscape look like that is easy to maintain and grows food? While composting too.
Bathrooms that uses less water and energy, how does that look and feel?
Living rooms that uses less energy and is a multi-use space. What kind of furniture do you need to make a space multi-functional? A place for children to grow up and be themselves?
A garage that can also be a work shop and storage.
How do you use plants to lower the C02 in your bedroom?
How can a homeowner understand the HVAC and water systems in their home? What is it like living with renewable energy?
Preserve, Restore, Revitalize – USGBC Cincinnati Regional Chapter, AIA Cincinnati, and Over-the-Rhine Foundation Cincinnati collaborate to present the 2012 Green Homes Summit. Presentation seminars will be held on September 14th, at Emanuel Community Center in OTR, Cincinnati, OH. Summit includes: Keynote Speaker, Workshops, All-Day Tradeshow, and Green Homes Tour for Homeowners, Builders, Architects, Government Officials, Realtors, Lenders, and anyone related to the residential building industry. The conference will focus on residential green strategies with an added focus of urban revitalization and historic preservation.
Here is some information from their LEED for Homes Silver documentation. The listing indicates the credit name and the points achieved.
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