Barbour Ranch

Barbour Ranch – Features

This Montana style ranch is designed by Vaught Frye Larson Architects. Built for Tom and Suzie Barbour in the foothills west of Fort Collins, it features geothermal, radiant heating and cooling. Using locally quarried Sandstone and Douglas fir timbers, it is reminiscent of homes built over 100 years ago. Spray foam insulation and energy efficient lights and appliances will keep utility costs at a minimum. It has a HERS Rating of 39 and an air infiltration number of 1.62 ACH@50 Pascals.

Mountain Living

Mountain Living – Features

This mid western style farmhouse was drawn by Tomlinson Designs.  Sitting in the foothills Northwest of Fort Collins, it also features geothermal radiant heating and cooling.  Spray foam insulation and 2×6 & 2×8 walls insure a tight building envelope. It has a HERS Rating of 45 and an air infiltration number of 1.14 ACH@50 Pascals.

Peaceful Rustic

Peaceful Rustic – Features

This transitional rustic home, designed by TKP Architects, is nestled in a shallow valley between ambling stone ridgelines, oriented towards serene views of Longs Peak and natural rock formations. This home features high efficiency heating & cooling, and building materials selected for their long term durability.  It has a HERS Rating of 49 and an air infiltration number of 1.75 ACH@50 Pascals.

Wood Residence

Fort Collins Farmhouse – Features

This gambrel farmhouse located in North Fort Collins is designed by John Rentfrow.  This geothermally heated and cooled house features reclaimed Wyoming snow fence and brick flooring and fireplaces.  The gambrel roof features post and beam construction with a wood ceiling. It has a HERS Rating of 43 and an air infiltration number of 1.09 ACH@50 Pascals.