Posts Tagged ‘passive design’

Guide To Building For The Time Poor – Turnkey Option in Booragoon

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Most people who consider building a new home are often surprised to discover the level of involvement required to complete the paperwork for the home, let alone the building and completing the home. In a standard new home construction process, there are many things that you as the Owner need to organise yourself, for example:-…

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Guide To Building For The Time Poor – Turnkey Option in Baldivis

Most people who consider building a new home are often surprised to discover the level of involvement required to complete the paperwork, let alone building and completing the home. In a standard new home construction process, there are many things that you as the Owner would normally organise yourself, for example:- demolition, (if you’re demolishing an…

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Site Orientation & Characteristics

Continuing our look into passive design principles, we look at the importance of site orientation and how to use it in your original design. Image: Passive Epringham House, MSG Architecture 2015 A clever site responsive design can reduce heating and cooling loads and the need for expensive upgrades for the comfort of your home. When working on the initial…

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More things to know before you buy a rear strata or subdivided block

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In this post, we more items that may be overlooked by both purchasers and developers when buying a rear strata or subdivided block. Is the project feasible? Buying the block of land, Building a house Providing the finishing touches One very important item that should be included in your offer and acceptance of any rear strata or subdivided block is to be subject to a…

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Before You Buy A Rear Strata Or Subdivided Block Of Land

Before You Buy A Rear Strata Or Subdivided Block Of Land Thinking of buying a rear strata block of land? If so, there are a few things that you need to take into consideration before you sign on the dotted line. Are the services complete in accordance with the DA (Development Approval)? Unfortunately, a lot…

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The benefits of dry-lining brick walls

The benefits of dry-lining brick walls Central Avenue Homes offers dry-lining to internal walls in the Perth Metro region only, instead of float and white set finish as an optional item. In short, dry-lining is the application of plasterboard directly to the internal brick or block walls. The plasterboard is fixed using a mortar based…

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Smart Storage Ideas For Those Small Spaces

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Smart Storage Ideas For Those Small Spaces When it comes to small spaces in your new home, to take into account every bit of space, you need to really think about the following:- design, layout, budget and storage options At Central Avenue Homes, our in-house designer has the ability to tailor these small spaces to suit your individual budget and taste. We’ve put together a list of ideas for ideas to make use…

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Guide To Building For Time Poor

Most people who consider building a new home are often surprised to discover the level of involvement required to complete the paperwork for the home, let alone the building and completing the home. In a standard new home construction process, there are many things that you as the Owner need to organise yourself, for example:-…

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Thermal Efficiency Of COLORBOND® Steel Roofing

A roof made from COLORBOND® steel can make a valuable contribution to the overall thermal efficiency of your home, which is good news for your hip pocket and the environment. Article Courtesy http://www.steel.com.au/products/coated-steel/colorbond-steel/thermal-efficiency-of-colorbond-steel-roofing Touch The Earth Lightly Sustainable design is all about designing and building homes that have a reduced impact on the environment. That…

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Incorporating Passive Design To Create Sustainable Suburban Homes

At Central Avenue Homes we endeavour to use passive design principles so our clients benefit from comfortable environment and lower heating and cooling costs. Throughout this blog series we will discuss what Passive Design is, the key principles and how they can be implemented into your new home design. We encourage our clients to explore this topic further by visiting Your Home,…

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