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Claremont, NH, United States, 2008/03/24 - Jeremy Bonin, Bonin Architects & Associates, creates new timber frame blog on timber framing, structural insulated panels and sustainable living, as well as how to incorporate green design practices with alternative energy systems.
Bonin Architects & Associates, PLLC., a national architectural firm specializing in timber frame design and sustainable (green) designs, announces the start of a new post and beam / timber frame blog which will focus on post and beam and timber frame design, structural insulated panels, as well as building costs and energy efficient material options.
Jeremy Bonin, principal partner of Bonin Architects & Associates, is an award-winning architect and the author of TIMBER FRAMES: Designing Your Custom Home, (available on Amazon.com) an invaluable tool to help homeowners become fully involved in the design of their new timber frame or post and beam home. “Our desire in creating the blog is to discuss current sustainable design trends and events relating to timber frame homes and SIPs, as well as provide expertise in the matters of sustainable energy practices to homeowners considering building a timber frame and/or energy efficient home,” explains Jeremy.
In addition to energy efficient design and materials, the timber frame blog will feature information and tips relating to the construction of a timber frame home, including how to find a general contractor, when to start the design process, and managing your home project.
“Equally important to the design of the timber frame home is the management and construction of the project,” adds Kimberly Bonin, principal partner with over ten years’ timber frame project management experience. “We will be posting up-to-date information and tips to help homeowners make informed decisions about choosing the right manufacturer and general contractor for their building project.”
About Bonin Architects & Associates, PLLC
Bonin Architects & Associates (boninarchitects.com) specializes in the design and project management of timber frame and structural insulated panel homes, incorporating recycled and energy efficient building materials and sustainable (green) energy practices such as geo-thermal, solar, radiant heat, and energy-efficient foundation systems.