Monthly Archives: June 2012

More press for architect Jan Fillinger’s beautiful modern house in Fern Ridge

Oregon Home has a multi-page article showcasing the sustainably built, modern home in Fern Ridge, designed by Green Hammer architect Jan Fillinger. Read the full article here,  complete with tons of photos.

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Staying Put, Staying Small- Deciding To Remodel

Green Hammer’s remodel for clients Jennifer Viviano and Fritz Paulus was recently featured in Oregon Home magazine. Read the full article here.

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New post at the DJC blog: Leaving a legacy

Stephen has a new post up on the Daily Journal of Commerce blog: On life, Neil Young once said, “It’s better to burn out than to fade away.” We celebrate youth, yet we mourn aging. Aging develops wisdom, and it’s … Continue reading

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Green Hammer’s Stephen Aiguier now blogging for the Daily Journal of Commerce

Green Hammer founder Stephen Aiguier is now blogging twice a month for the Daily Journal of Commerce. It was a sunny day in Ashland, and as I put out my hand to shake Allen Satterfield’s I noticed a look of … Continue reading

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Mark O. Hatfield Building One Step Closer to Passivhaus

The first stage of a deep-energy renovation of the Mark O. Hatfield building was recently completed. Green Hammer provided Passivhaus energy consultation to the project through a collaborative “Multifamily Passivhaus Feasibility Study” which included Central City Concern, Walsh Construction, SERA … Continue reading

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Green Hammer Now Installs Mini-Split Heat Pumps

A mouthful to say, but an elegant solution for heating AND cooling. They’re called mini-splits for short. Many homeowners want to convert attics and basements into additional living space or an ADU. It can be costly to retrofit old heating systems … Continue reading

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Breathing Deep: How to Have Healthy Indoor Air

How important is healthy indoor air to you? Dust, CO2, VOC’s, radon – the list of indoor air pollutants is long. Did you know that CO2 makes us sleepy when we’re awake, yet restless when we’re trying to sleep?  It’s a … Continue reading

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