100 Seadrift Road

Ecological Project Design

  • Existing footprint of house was maintained.

Mindful Materials Handling

  • Recycling
    • Cardboard, metal, paper, wood, and 90% of construction waste were recycled during project construction.
    • Sawdust was composted onsite.
  • Reusing
    • Carefully removed existing shingles and reused on exterior and interior walls.
    • Existing framing materials were re-purposed into new wall and ceiling finishes.
  • Salvaging
    • Salvaged material used extensively for finish materials.
    • All interior trim was salvaged Sugar Pine from Evan Shivley.

Sustainable Materials Integration

  • Framing lumber was FSC-certified (80%).
  • All interior finish elements were made from salvaged materials.

Carbon Footprint Reduction

  • New high-effienency boiler installed for radiant heat and domestic hot water.
  • 100% LED lighting.
  • New solar hot water heater installed.

Healthy Interiors

  • UltraTouch cotton insulation was used in floors, ceilings and walls.
  • YOLO interior paint and primer.
  • Natural oil-based wood finishes (Bioshield, Osmo).


Inquire with Vida about the possibilities for your renovation, addition or new construction.
Call (415) 868-8881 or email

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