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Sunday, December 8, 2013

Montana Solargon

The variety of styles used in the Solargon 30 seem endless. This vacation home in Glendive, Montana combines the washer /dryer within the kitchen area to conserve space.

Roof support beams have a dramatic impression viewed from the hallway off the kitchen.

Metal roof and Hardy siding make for low maintenance. Ultra efficiency in this northern climate is an intellegent approach to sustainable living.
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  1. I really like the look of the ceiling support beams. They add to the nice rustic feel of the home along with the multi-colored tile flooring. It seems pretty spacious on the inside compared to how the outside looks.

    1. Hi Daryl, The Solargon is a 700 sq. ft free span design. This allows you to create any floor plan you want. With over 13 feet to the center skylight, the feeling inside is open and big.