Chalk Hill Off-Grid CabinRustic Exterior, Sacramento

This 872 s.f. off-grid straw-bale project is a getaway home for a San Francisco couple with two active young boys.

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This is an example of a country split-level brown exterior in Sacramento with wood siding and a shed roof. —  Houzz
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The Plumbette added this to When to Call a Plumber About a Faulty Appliance26 February 2018

Faulty solar hot water unit: A plumber with a licence endorsed to service and maintain solar hot water units is the correct tradesperson to call for a faulty solar hot water unit. Not all plumbers are knowledgeable in solar hot water units, so it’s important to call a plumber with this endorsement. In some cases, a replacement will need to be installed if the unit is old and cannot be repaired.

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Troy Hall added this to Cave Addition24 February 2021

Roof line; good visual of street level and lower level.

Keith Paris added this to Keith's Ideas10 January 2021

Wind protection of the panels looks good and allows for protected space behind array for supporting equipment while limiting incidental contact from behind.

staceyellul added this to Straw Bale House9 May 2020

Chalk Hill. Double story with use of timber.

mhuang72 added this to August 20198 August 2019

Like the roof pitch with corner windows on the left

teamriverotter added this to exteriors27 March 2019

two levels w/o being exactly two stories