The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was the first house in the San Juans targeting top-level platinum certification through the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program (LEED).

A model for sustainable, energy efficient, environmentally responsible construction, the home is Certified Emerald to the National Green Building Standard, the first home in Washington state to be certified to that level! Features include a 3,000-square-foot sod roof covered in native foliage, a 100% rainwater

catchment system utilizing a 19,500 gallon cistern for use with all domestic water needs, a vehicle turntable to minimize the size of the driveway and garage, extensive automation for efficiency,

Structural Insulated Panels, geothermal in-floor radiant heating, solar hot-water heating, a heat recovery ventilation system to supply pre-conditioned fresh air, efficient LED lighting and appliances, and extensive use of recycled and sustainable materials, including reclaimed urban wood furniture by Meyer Wells. Project Architect Blue Sky Design, Hornby Island, BC.

Natural Balance House
The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was first house in certification.


Features include sod roof covered in native foliage and a rainwater catchment system.

The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was the first house in the San Juans targeting top-level platinum certification through the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program (LEED).

A model for sustainable, energy efficient, environmentally responsible construction, the home is Certified Emerald to the National Green Building Standard, the first home in Washington state to be certified to that level! Features include a 3,000-square-foot sod roof covered in native foliage, a 100% rainwater

catchment system utilizing a 19,500 gallon cistern for use with all domestic water needs, a vehicle turntable to minimize the size of the driveway and garage, extensive automation for efficiency,

Structural Insulated Panels, geothermal in-floor radiant heating, solar hot-water heating, a heat recovery ventilation system to supply pre-conditioned fresh air, efficient LED lighting and appliances, and extensive use of recycled and sustainable materials, including reclaimed urban wood furniture by Meyer Wells. Project Architect Blue Sky Design, Hornby Island, BC.

Natural Balance House
The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was first house in certification.


Features include sod roof covered in native foliage and a rainwater catchment system.

The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was the first house in the San Juans targeting top-level platinum certification through the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program (LEED).

A model for sustainable, energy efficient, environmentally responsible construction, the home is Certified Emerald to the National Green Building Standard, the first home in Washington state to be certified to that level! Features include a 3,000-square-foot sod roof covered in native foliage, a 100% rainwater

catchment system utilizing a 19,500 gallon cistern for use with all domestic water needs, a vehicle turntable to minimize the size of the driveway and garage, extensive automation for efficiency,

Structural Insulated Panels, geothermal in-floor radiant heating, solar hot-water heating, a heat recovery ventilation system to supply pre-conditioned fresh air, efficient LED lighting and appliances, and extensive use of recycled and sustainable materials, including reclaimed urban wood furniture by Meyer Wells. Project Architect Blue Sky Design, Hornby Island, BC.

North Bay
The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was first house in certification.


Features include sod roof covered in native foliage and a rainwater catchment system.

The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was the first house in the San Juans targeting top-level platinum certification through the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program (LEED).

A model for sustainable, energy efficient, environmentally responsible construction, the home is Certified Emerald to the National Green Building Standard, the first home in Washington state to be certified to that level! Features include a 3,000-square-foot sod roof covered in native foliage, a 100% rainwater

catchment system utilizing a 19,500 gallon cistern for use with all domestic water needs, a vehicle turntable to minimize the size of the driveway and garage, extensive automation for efficiency,

Structural Insulated Panels, geothermal in-floor radiant heating, solar hot-water heating, a heat recovery ventilation system to supply pre-conditioned fresh air, efficient LED lighting and appliances, and extensive use of recycled and sustainable materials, including reclaimed urban wood furniture by Meyer Wells. Project Architect Blue Sky Design, Hornby Island, BC.

Suncrest
The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was first house in certification.


Features include sod roof covered in native foliage and a rainwater catchment system.

The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was the first house in the San Juans targeting top-level platinum certification through the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program (LEED).

A model for sustainable, energy efficient, environmentally responsible construction, the home is Certified Emerald to the National Green Building Standard, the first home in Washington state to be certified to that level! Features include a 3,000-square-foot sod roof covered in native foliage, a 100% rainwater

catchment system utilizing a 19,500 gallon cistern for use with all domestic water needs, a vehicle turntable to minimize the size of the driveway and garage, extensive automation for efficiency,

Structural Insulated Panels, geothermal in-floor radiant heating, solar hot-water heating, a heat recovery ventilation system to supply pre-conditioned fresh air, efficient LED lighting and appliances, and extensive use of recycled and sustainable materials, including reclaimed urban wood furniture by Meyer Wells. Project Architect Blue Sky Design, Hornby Island, BC.

Agosta
The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was first house in certification.


Features include sod roof covered in native foliage and a rainwater catchment system.

The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was the first house in the San Juans targeting top-level platinum certification through the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program (LEED).

A model for sustainable, energy efficient, environmentally responsible construction, the home is Certified Emerald to the National Green Building Standard, the first home in Washington state to be certified to that level! Features include a 3,000-square-foot sod roof covered in native foliage, a 100% rainwater

catchment system utilizing a 19,500 gallon cistern for use with all domestic water needs, a vehicle turntable to minimize the size of the driveway and garage, extensive automation for efficiency,

Structural Insulated Panels, geothermal in-floor radiant heating, solar hot-water heating, a heat recovery ventilation system to supply pre-conditioned fresh air, efficient LED lighting and appliances, and extensive use of recycled and sustainable materials, including reclaimed urban wood furniture by Meyer Wells. Project Architect Blue Sky Design, Hornby Island, BC.

Rainbow Rock
The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was first house in certification.


Features include sod roof covered in native foliage and a rainwater catchment system.

The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was the first house in the San Juans targeting top-level platinum certification through the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program (LEED).

A model for sustainable, energy efficient, environmentally responsible construction, the home is Certified Emerald to the National Green Building Standard, the first home in Washington state to be certified to that level! Features include a 3,000-square-foot sod roof covered in native foliage, a 100% rainwater

catchment system utilizing a 19,500 gallon cistern for use with all domestic water needs, a vehicle turntable to minimize the size of the driveway and garage, extensive automation for efficiency,

Structural Insulated Panels, geothermal in-floor radiant heating, solar hot-water heating, a heat recovery ventilation system to supply pre-conditioned fresh air, efficient LED lighting and appliances, and extensive use of recycled and sustainable materials, including reclaimed urban wood furniture by Meyer Wells. Project Architect Blue Sky Design, Hornby Island, BC.

Cady Mountain
The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was first house in certification.


Features include sod roof covered in native foliage and a rainwater catchment system.

The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was the first house in the San Juans targeting top-level platinum certification through the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program (LEED).

A model for sustainable, energy efficient, environmentally responsible construction, the home is Certified Emerald to the National Green Building Standard, the first home in Washington state to be certified to that level! Features include a 3,000-square-foot sod roof covered in native foliage, a 100% rainwater

catchment system utilizing a 19,500 gallon cistern for use with all domestic water needs, a vehicle turntable to minimize the size of the driveway and garage, extensive automation for efficiency,

Structural Insulated Panels, geothermal in-floor radiant heating, solar hot-water heating, a heat recovery ventilation system to supply pre-conditioned fresh air, efficient LED lighting and appliances, and extensive use of recycled and sustainable materials, including reclaimed urban wood furniture by Meyer Wells. Project Architect Blue Sky Design, Hornby Island, BC.

Natural Balance House
The Natural Balance house, in Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island, was first house in certification.


Features include sod roof covered in native foliage and a rainwater catchment system.

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