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Charting the progress of the project - the energy saving terrace refurbishment

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every circuit

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We'll be monitoring the energy use very closely. Here you can see an electricity meter for each of the circuits in the house, allowing us to examine all the different energy burdens on the house.
21st Apr 2008, 12:20   | tags:,,,comments (0)


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Cladding the rear of 63 Booth Street with Thermowood

more info here:
21st Apr 2008, 12:16   | tags:,,comments (0)


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Looking up to the balcony in the sun space of 91 London Road. The
orientation on this site is far from perfect, but the morning sun
striking the existing fabric should provide some thermal storage.
31st Mar 2008, 12:39   comments (0)


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The glazing on the rear fa?ade of 63 Booth Street is now in place. High performance softwood with 'Secured by Design' testing accreditation.
31st Mar 2008, 12:38   comments (0)

south facing bedroom

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The master bedroom and the sunspace glazing. On the left is two storey
void that allows warm air to pass up to the 1st floor and the air
handling plant in the roof space.
31st Mar 2008, 12:36   comments (0)

sunwarm panels

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The Nuaire Sunwarm panels are in place on 63 Booth Street. These are an
air to air thermal panel that help heat the water cylinder and provides
warm air to the ventilation system. On a summer night it can also
provide cooling. For our terraces we're exploring the benefits of
plumbing it into the glazed sun spaces, thereby improving the
10th Mar 2008, 22:38   comments (0)

timber structure

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Booth Street - Looking up through the timber structure towards the
bedroom window.
19th Feb 2008, 08:43   comments (0)


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The staircase, sneaking past the chimney breast and the midday sun,
sneaking across the face of the sun space from midday onwards.
12th Feb 2008, 10:20   comments (0)