Summary

Hosted by: True Bearing Built

  • Architect: [bundle] design studio
  • Framing: Dosch Construction
  • Earthwork: Rawls Excavation
  • Plumbing: All Smiles Plumbing
  • HVAC: Riverside Heating
  • Solar: Ecotech Solar
  • Electrical: Meridan Center Electric
Green Features:

Solar panels
High performance building envelope using SIGA air barrier system
Exterior insulation using Steico Fiber Wood Product for high R-value wall assemblies
High performance triple-glazed VETTA windows
Zehnder HRV/ERV heat recovery ventilation system
Heat pump hot water system
[bundle] design studio

Details

Explore the Lake Whatcom Passive House by True Bearing Built in collaboration with [bundle] design studio. This energy-efficient, wheelchair-accessible home offers serene forest views and solar readiness, with sustainability in mind. Experience the beautiful design and innovative building practices at this peaceful, nature-focused sanctuary.
Design
High performance building envelope using SIGA air barrier system
Water Efficiency
Heat pump water system
Energy & Atmosphere
Solar ready design
Materials & Resources
  • High performance triple glazed VETTA windows
  • Exterior Insulation using Steico Wood Fiber product for high R-value assemblies
Indoor Air Quality
Zehnder HRV/ERV (Heat Recovery Ventilation System)
Accessibility
  • It is possible that flooring will not yet be down
  • There are stairs leading to the second floor, and some uneven earth surrounding the house
Parking
The house is situated at the bottom of a sloped driveway with minimal parking. Please park at the top of the driveway and walk down.

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