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    wine cellar and pool are off the hookk!!!
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    After doing a LOT of remodeling/rehabbing on a house I bought recently, I have a new found respect for people that are able to create such masterpieces. For some reason, the 5th pic (kitchen) I think looks amazing!

    Keep up the GREAT work!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Judge View Post
    wine cellar and pool are off the hookk!!!
    Two more for you



    and if you really know your wine, you'll like the closeup

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    Quote Originally Posted by J08M3 View Post
    Thanks for the response guys.

    Our "green" business plan is quite simple. If a client hasn't already come to us asking us to build a green house, we try and encourage them to incorporate green elements into the project they are doing. Usually this is first done by educating them in the advantages of using green elements or simply introducing them to what green is. There is a lot of confusion out there about green right now and a lot of "greenwashing" (the term given to items that aren't green but are trying to claim to be green for marketing purposes only). Most people are open to the ideas, and lucky for us most of our clients can afford to go for the items that cost a little more money.

    But Green doesn't have to be expensive. If you've seen my other thread on here we just completed a green modular home and just received a LEED Platinum rating on the home. This home came in at just over $200 per square foot. A fraction of what we normally build for. Here's the thread: https://www.luxury4play.com/construct...lar-build.html

    Also, the pic with the solar panels above - That house has been saving on average 67% of the electric it used for the same time period a year ago before the panels were installed. I had also posted a thread on here documenting the install: https://www.luxury4play.com/construct...n-w-solar.html

    I hope to be doing a few more photo shoots soon of some more exteriors of different projects. I'll update the thread.

    Awesome! One of the ventures I'm currently working on is home flipping out here is Los Angeles. One of my goals is to also incorporate some green elements into the rehab process.

    Any suggestions on what type of green products I could/should use? I.e: flooring, paint, faucets, etc etc

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    Very nice work! Definitely one of the best wine cellar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amongst Kings View Post
    Awesome! One of the ventures I'm currently working on is home flipping out here is Los Angeles. One of my goals is to also incorporate some green elements into the rehab process.

    Any suggestions on what type of green products I could/should use? I.e: flooring, paint, faucets, etc etc
    The choices are almost endless... what kind of flooring are you looking for? If you want wood floors get something FSC certified (means it's sustainably grown) and finish with Low or Zero-V.O.C. products. Make sure all paints are Low or Zero V.O.C. (Benjamin Moore has some nice ones, their Aura and Natura paints are great.) For faucets use low-flow stuff, everyone makes them now. It really depends what you're looking for, there are so many different aspects of a house that can be green. I got tons of info posted on my green building forum if you click the link in my signature.

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    Wow, that looks beautiful. Just these pictures look like they could hang in a museum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShamusO'Grady View Post
    Wow, that looks beautiful. Just these pictures look like they could hang in a museum.
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    yea, took us a long time to find a photographer that could capture our work the way we wanted it

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    one of my favorite shots



    not bad for a site built fireplace mantle


    Another kitchen
    Last edited by Justin D; 08-15-2010 at 01:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J08M3 View Post
    The choices are almost endless... what kind of flooring are you looking for? If you want wood floors get something FSC certified (means it's sustainably grown) and finish with Low or Zero-V.O.C. products. Make sure all paints are Low or Zero V.O.C. (Benjamin Moore has some nice ones, their Aura and Natura paints are great.) For faucets use low-flow stuff, everyone makes them now. It really depends what you're looking for, there are so many different aspects of a house that can be green. I got tons of info posted on my green building forum if you click the link in my signature.


    Thanks for the info.. Im taking a look through it now!

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