Tag Archives: LG Squared

Building a Concrete Slab to Last Forever

BUILDING A CONCRETE SLAB TO LAST FOREVER, AT THE OFF-GRID HOMESTEAD Can something we build today, using the materials and techniques available, last forever? Like the ancient Pyramids and Temples in the world? With a focus on durable materials, solid soil, and proven best practices of construction, I believe it is absolutely possible to build […]

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Zero Net Energy Home, Performance Results and Best Practices, Revealed

Zero Net Energy Home, Performance Results and Best Practices, Revealed The owners of the Proud Green Home at Serenbe, near Atlanta, GA, will never pay for electricity as long as they live there. Before the photovoltaic panels were considered for the home, it was rated, using the HERS Index, to use more than 60% less energy than […]

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Technologies, Trends in Kitchen and Bath Industry via #BlogTourVegas

Technologies, Trends in Kitchen and Bath Industry via #BlogTourVegas NOTICE TO READER: Because of technical difficulties during the making of the following video, we ask that you increase the volume on your speakers before listening. Thank You. Hi everyone! Chris with LG Squared ARCHI + TECHS, here. In this video, I want to share with you […]

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Tiny House Design Build, Part One – Site Clearing

Tiny House Design Build, Part One – Site Clearing Preparations for building our 450 square foot Tiny House started this past week with the clearing of the site on an 8-acre property on the banks of the Withlacoochee River in central Florida. The design is being finalized this week, and we should have a permit from Hernando County sometime in the middle […]

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Air Conditioning an Island Home in the Bahamas

Air Conditioning an Island Home in The Bahamas Apart from being beautiful, it is HOT and really HUMID in The Bahamas. The locals are used to it, and visitors put up with it just to be in The Bahamas. We certainly put up with it during our visit this past July, and it was so worth it. I […]

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1825 Home Becomes an Energy Efficiency Role Model

Recently, Jodi and I sat down with freelance journalist, Scott Sowers, to discuss the design challenges of the Historic Molette House in Molettes Bend, Alabama. Below is the full article that will appear in the July 2014 print and digital edition of Remodeling Magazine. The article is currently on the magazine’s website. Scott Sowers is a […]

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Deconstruction and Re-construction, DIY Renovation Part 2

I have one word. DUST. My inner neat freak (ok, maybe not so inner) has been put to the test during the renovation of our Atlanta condo. Everything involved some sort of dust. When I was constructing the barn door, which turned out beautifully, I could walk away from my Dad’s wood shop where we […]

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