The Elements

The Ash Creek House

02-17-2022
Architect Leigh Overland and his wife aimed for low maintenance and a carefree house without worrying about potential climate extremes such as storms and wildfires or high insurance rates. Since they moved in, they experienced winds of up to 50 mph and fluctuating outdoor temperatures which did not affect the indoor comfortable ambiance. They continue to be impressed by the indoor warmth, and the mid-winter silence despite the strong winds, even when standing close to the windows.
Read More

The Black and White Beach House

12-02-2021
The black and White Beach House is a beautiful example of a climate-resilient home. unabridged Architecture designed this residential property that was completed in 2019 and already was able to withstand Hurricane Zeta in 2020, Hurricane Ida in 2021, and smaller tropical disturbances. This project proves that proper research, design, and knowledgeable professionals, can build a climate-resilient home that protects its occupants from extreme weather.
Read More
Please read all Disclaimers

Disclaimers regarding blog content

eampact blogs, articles, service and product references are not intended for design, planning, purchasing and construction of homes. eampact is not an architect, engineer, contractor or product manufacturer, and does not practice or provide products, design or construction services. eampact blogs, articles, services and product references are for informational purposes only and are not intended for design, planning, purchasing and construction of homes, nor are they a substitute for consulting with professionals / professional advice.

eampact has not tested any of the products listed or mentioned in our blogs, nor do we recommend using them in your planned project/s. The products mentioned in our blogs and / or directory are a starting point for home developers and owners to get inspired by manufacturers that seem to design for resilience and go the extra mile to certify or test their products. However, it is your sole responsibility along with your service providers, consultants and hired professionals (architects, designers, contractors, engineers, realtor/developer) to evaluate and choose products for your projects.

eampact, its writers and publishers shall not be liable in the event of any consequential or incidental damages in connection with, or arising from, the use of the information contained within eampact's website, blogs, product listings, environmental data, forecasts and articles.

eampact, its writers and publishers, make no warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, with regard to the information contained in this website, blogs, product listings, environmental data, forecasts and articles.

The Content and the Marks in our Blog ("The Elements") are provided on the Site “AS IS” for your information and personal use only. Except as expressly provided in our Terms and Conditions, no part of the Site and no Content or Marks may be copied, reproduced, aggregated, republished, uploaded, posted, publicly displayed, encoded, translated, transmitted, distributed, sold, licensed, or otherwise exploited for any commercial purpose whatsoever, without our express prior written permission.

arrow

Make an eampact

eampact

© Copyright 2022 eampact. All Rights Reserved.

upArrow