Mill Valley - complete remodel

This project was a complete whole house remodel where the client's main concerns were indoor air quality, energy efficiency and the use of sustainable and green materials. There were many opportunities on this project to upgrade wall systems and mechanical systems. We added 6 skylights, installed fiberglass windows and installed an HRV system to provide fresh, tempered air. The house was heated with a small, 17,000 btu stove and water was heated with a tankless heater. All permanent lighting is LED with the exception of sconces in the bathroom. The flooring is bamboo, the cabinets are zero formaldehyde and durable with a 25 year warranty. Appliances are all energy star and the countertop is Cambria quartz. Small can be beautiful as the square footage of this house is around 800.
Bathroom Detail

San Francisco - bathroom remodel

This project was a 90% remodel of a bathroom where the client's main concerns were accessibility to the shower unit and the usage of high quality materials. We Installed all LED lighting except for the vanity lighting which was salvaged from the prior bathroom and used a Panasonic inline fan where we split the ducts to capture moisture from the shower as well as stale air from the main part of the bathroom. All paint used was zero VOC and cabinetry was locally produced.

San Francisco - bathroom & kitchen remodel

A complete bathroom and kitchen remodel with 100% LED lighting in kitchen, Silestone countertops, low-flow fixtures, Zero VOC paints and Marmoleum flooring. 80% of the demolition debris was diverted from the waste stream through recycling, reusing and repurposing.
shower, before and after

San Rafael - extensive remodel

An extensive remodel including customizing south-facing fiberglass windows, redesigning and rebuilding two decks using fsc redwood, refacing entire house with pre-painted, fsc cedar shingles, replacing wood sun shade elements with fsc douglas fir wood and a whole house evaluation on energy update recommendations.
rebuilt decks

Sonoma - addition

A design-build addition to an existing kitchen/dining room. 25% fly ash used in foundation, fsc wood used for framing, recycled content insulation, dedicated cfl can lights, zero voc interior paints, refurbished redwood deck boards and on site material recycling.
interior 2

Menlo Park - energy audit

The image is a CGI mock-up of possible living roof with pv solar collectors. project included an extensive energy audit with a reconfiguration of HVAC equipment, new energy efficient windows, installation of added recycled content cotton insulation, installation of radiant barrier, installation of cork flooring, installation of kitchen and yardwaste composting system.
CGI mock-up

Petaluma - rehab & addition

A gut rehab of a 1960 ranch home with a 200 sf addition. Green elements included: fly ash content in foundation and all cement work, recycled content insulation, extensive air sealing, bamboo floors, dedicated cfl lights, zero VOC paint, formaldehyde-free cabinetry, fiberglass windows, tankless hot water, dual-flush, low-flow toilets, low-flow aerators, xeriscaped landscape.
great room