The Griffins Gate – A Sustainable Design That is Perfect for Nature Lovers

Sustainable home is one that I am dreaming of to have someday. I love living naturally and using what is around me. The Griffins Gate can be the perfect answer for what I am looking for. It is a newly constructed house in Gaithersburg Maryland. The structure is perfect for a single family with a middle income. Solar, propane, and geothermal are the energy sources of this house. Aside from the fresh design, the Griffins Gate is designed to have an innovative heating and cooling components that operates together in order to reach the maximum energy efficiency. It also has a 1-foot thick R40 walls and R40 roof insulated with recycled newspapers, and the windows are quad pane R5 and are specifically designed for passive solar homes.

Griffins Gate

Griffins Gate

Griffins Gate

Griffins Gate

Griffins Gate

Griffins Gate

Source: Sustainable Design Group


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1 Comment

  • nice architecture – but the interior is a disaster! loose the lattice panels on the outside too.

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