Scott Burrows

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Rebecca Gross added this to Rammed-Earth Walls: The Next Big Thing?10 Mar 2019

Insulated stabilised earthRammed earth has limited thermal insulating qualities. However, insulated rammed-earth walls – 400-millimetres-plus thick with a 50-millimetre styrofoam insert – can achieve higher R-value levels and are used more commonly for external walls. R-value is a material’s resistance to conductive heat flow and is measured in terms of its thermal resistance. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating effectiveness.

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rfdutcher added this to Misc13 Mar 2019

This house on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria has 300-millimetre-thick stabilised rammed-earth walls, with no finish. The wall acts as a spine in the house, providing a strong visual element and thermal mass, which helps maintain a comfortable stable internal temperature throughout the year.

flynnplan added this to Deck and Pergola1 Jun 2018

slope up to yard. simple frame roof

scampsdoormat added this to Exterior colours21 Jan 2018

It’s an attractive square! Makes colourbond exterior look good - alternative to cedar cladding maybe?

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