Our latest build, the Net Zero house in John Muir Circle, is now truly a Net Zero home! SolarCity technicians installed 24 solar panels that will create an estimated 6,165 kwH of power annually. This is enough energy to offset 234,643 pounds of CO2 over 20 years, equivalent to driving a car 254,010 miles or saving 47,046 gallons of water that would be used to generate electricity.
To live in this home is certainly to live lightly! Each time you turn on the lights, the television, or use the refrigerator, you'll have the sun an your solar panels to thank, ...
At Pringle Creek Community, we benefit immensely from harnessing the sun's power. Our community center, Painters Hall, has a 220 Kwh (kilo watt hour) solar array on the roof. It is the source of power for the community center - AND our geothermal system pump as well as our street lights. Pretty impressive, right?
See our PV dashboard to witness our solar power generation in real-time.
As you could see by looking at the PV dashboard, the sun provides us a LOT of energy, saving us an incredible amount of money. We are actually credited most months due to a generation ...
Our Net Zero house is finished and ready for new residents!
This Saturday the builders, Winsome Construction, will welcome visitors to tour and hear all about the finishes and features that make the house unique. It is a 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath house. The master bedroom is on the main floor with back patio access & view. The kitchen and living room are open and bathed in plenty of natural light. The house is a 'smart' house with the capacity to connect to digital devices that allow you to monitor your home from afar.
Appetizers and wine will complement the ...
To live in a home that is thoughtfully designed and in tune with its surroundings is an ideal. Who isn't keenly interested in living comfortably and efficiently, in an energy efficient, comfortable, pleasant home? At Pringle Creek Community, the house designs accentuate place, light, orientation, and incorporate the passive movement of air making homes here very comfortable, energy efficient, and a pleasant place to live.
The plans created for homes at Pringle Creek Community were designed by architects at Opsis Architecture in Portland, Oregon. The Opsis team assessed the entire property, from the topography, to local natural resources, to sun angles and local ...
Finishes and Features - an open house event highlighting our newly constructed, energy efficient, 'Net Zero' home will be Saturday, March 28 from 1-4pm.
The house is located at 1884 John Muir Circle SE in Salem, OR. The open house is part of the builder’s “Building Better Buildings” event series where the public is invited to tour a recently completed custom high performance home. Wine and appetizers will be served, and visitors are encouraged to ask the builder questions about high performance building practices and technologies.
“Visitors can get a firsthand look at the choices and conveniences found in a high performance ...