We're excited to announce we won a Houzz Best of Service Award Take a look at our new Jackson Design Build profile on Houzz.com Josh and Mollie Zautke welcome Ila Jade! REX Award 2013 Design Excellence for Ballard Universal Design Project "Super Service Award" for Jackson Remodeling and Sound Seismic! Josh and Mollie got Hitched! 2011 REX Award for Jackson Remodeling Kitchen Remodel Jackson Remodeling participating in the 1st annual Green Home Tour, April 16-17, 2011. Visit us at the Remodeling Expo Jan 14-16, 2011 CoolMom.org Car Seat Re-use and Recycle event Getting the Lead Out Solar Washington Tour, October 3, 2009 Come see us at Sustainable Ballard Festival - September 26 and 27 EcoHome Magazine quotes Leif Jackson on the recession Seattle Times, May 17, 2009 Local builders step up for yearly ramp project Erik and Diane welcome Danica May Jackson KING 5 Home Front: Save Big With Energy Efficiency Jackson Remodeling - Green Across The Board Jackson Remodeling's Ballard bathroom wins state award! Kenneth Melville Jackson, 1923-2008 Maya Jackson's Human Rights Essay Best in Citywide Contest. Seattle P-I: Remodeling Cost Still Worth It Leif Jackson Earns CAPS Designation Remodeling Magazine - Zero to Green Erik and Diane Welcome Dylan Kai! Northwest Home + Garden's "Top Remodelers" Jackson Has REX Appeal! Winners! Comcast On Demand: Home In On It Building Hope and Freedom Neighborhood Involvement Remodeling Magazine's BIG 50! Remodeling Magazine - Spare With the Rod Home Retrofit Grant Program Remodeling Magazine - Cost vs. Value Report

 


I would absolutely work with Jackson Remodeling again

Vera, Capitol Hill

Solar Washington Tour, October 3, 2009


The "structure" is part gazebo, part trellis, and was built from a timber-frame kit. The rose trellis was custom designed and built to match its big sibling.
Translucent PV panels let some light through, while providing enough shade to minimize algae growth in the koi pond.

It started a few years ago, when we did a seismic retrofit on Phinney Ridge.  Then this year (2009), we got a call from our clients, who wanted to talk about another project.  They weren't sure exactly what they wanted, but it had to create enough shade to keep algae from taking over their koi pond in the summer.  And it had be attractive and fit into the very pleasant garden oasis.  Then there was the heirloom climbing rose whose trellis was rotting out from under it.

Our solution:  a timber frame gazebo and matching rose trellis.  We designed and built them, then our clients made the call as far as what to cover the gazebo with to create shade.  Their decision:  photovoltaic panels on the southern facet of the roof, extending just beyond the lower ends of the rafters.  Northwest Mechanical did the solar installation, and it came out awesome!  Now in the works, an awning over the back deck with evacuated tubes for solar hot water.  Stay tuned for more photos. 



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