Posts Tagged ‘dry-lining’

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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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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Passive Solar Designs by Central Avenue Homes

Passive solar designs

Construction, insulation and materials for passive designed homes We previously took an in depth look at passive design, house site characteristics and site orientation when designing a solar passive home. Double brick has always been the construction method of choice for new homes in Perth, WA. This is certainly not the best method of construction…

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Incorporating Passive Design To Create Sustainable Suburban Homes

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Incorporating Passive Design At Central Avenue Homes we try to use passive design principles so our clients benefit from comfortable environment. This assists with lower heating and cooling costs. In this post we discuss what Passive Design is. The key principles and how they can be used in your new home design. We encourage our clients to explore this topic further…

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