Remember this slogan: DRIVE 55! If the national speed limit was changed to 55, we would save 1 billion barrels of oil annually. Keep this in mind when you are driving on the freeway…55 is the most fuel-efficient speed. Not only will you save on gas but you’ll avoid those pesky speeding tickets as well!
Drive 55 to Save Gas
July 18th, 2008
Solar Power Your Electronic Devises
July 18th, 2008
To help the earth and still rock your ipod (or similar device) try using a solar charger to power your device. The Voltaic Solar Backback create 4 watts of usable electricity for quick charging your device. Visit: http://www.voltaicsystems.com/bag_backpack.shtml
My favorite prefabricated community…
July 7th, 2008
New custom livinghomes!!
June 20th, 2008
we just posted a number of new custom livinghomes projects and some new renderings of current projects. go to “homes”, “custom homes” and you’ll see them. we’ll start to post pictures, here, as we enter production.
New images of the Brentwood LivingHome
June 4th, 2008
The Brentwood LivingHome (formally, the WIRED LivingHome) has gotten all gussied up with new staging and landscape. You can see it at http://www.rochedaleln.com/. It’s on the market, by the way, and the site has contact info for the agent.
Let us know what you think.
Our new blog!
March 17th, 2008
Welcome to our new blog. Here we’ll give you updates about LivingHomes, our products, Architects, projects, and other things that we think might interest you.
The biggest news is the introduction, today, of two new lines of LivingHomes from KieranTimberlake Associates. KieranTimberlake, http://www.livinghomes.net/kieranTimberlake.html, is one of the top architecture firms in the county; to wit, they won the AIA 2008 Architecture Firm Award, the top award the American Institute of Architects bestows on an architecture firm. We are extremely honored that they choose to work with us on a new line of lower priced, single family LivingHomes and on our fist new multi-family units.
We’ve revamped the site a bit to make information more usable and accessible and there is lots of info on the new KieranTimberlake LivingHomes (http://www.livinghomes.net/homesTimberlake.html).
Please let us now what you think.