green building Tag

This article from EcoHome highlights some of the challenges that our  Desert Rain team faces in designing, sourcing, and eventually building this ultra green home in Bend. Living Buildings By: Rick Schwolsky [caption id="attachment_562" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="DESERT RAIN HOUSE "You have to question every building practice you thought was...

Bend couple still seeks to build self-sustaining green home by Kate Ramsayer/ the Bulletin Editor’s note: Tom Elliott and Barbara Scott invited The Bulletin to follow their green-building project from start to finish, to share their goals, decisions, costs, concerns, problems and achievements, and to be an...

As dedicated custom home builders, Timberline Construction of Bend is a Bend, Oregon based company serving all of Central Oregon.  With over 40 years of combined experience and nearly 200 homes in our portfolio, we have a reputation for building the highest quality homes.  We...

The beautiful, Baja-inspired tile in this home includes mosaics, handmade by the kids.  Accent tiles include the flora and fauna specific to Baja and create warm and fun spaces.  Working closely with the homeowners, Jacquie Sebulsky of Garnish Home Staging & Design, helped make tile selections...

The first phase of the radiant floor system has been installed even before the walls of the Shevlin House.  Warmboard® is a radiant heat application that incorporates a thick aluminum surface with PEX tubes installed into pre-routed channels.  The aluminum surface is part of the sub-floor;...

The Shevlin House incorporates a highly energy efficient and green building system - SIPs (Structural Insulated Panels) and they are being installed today! SIPs are one of the most airtight and well insulated building systems available- using less energy to heat and cool, allowing for better control over...

The Colucci Residence is located in the First on the Hill neighborhood and was a design collaboration between the homeowners and Gary Gunville.  This in-fill project was done in a quiet and secluded neighborhood and required courteous and careful behavior by all parties involved.  The...

The cabinets are being installed this week and the style of the home is becoming more visible.  The family chose American Clay for the hood in their kitchen because it is a non-toxic plaster and made in the USA; it's an alternative to cement, acrylic...