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A multifamily project in frigid Maine shoots to meet a tough standard for energy efficiency.
JLC visits the job site on Peaks Island, Maine, to see carpenters apply a rain-screen siding system over foil-faced insulating sheathing as part of an energy-efficient gut/rehab project.
Less than half an air change per hour at minus fifty Pascals … yep, that’s pretty good. Especially for an old summer house.
Tenants at a Portland, Maine, building had complained for years about the condition of the exterior porches, news outlets reported after a man plunged to his death
Planners in Maine’s largest city are considering a rezoning request from developers that would pave the way for a major mixed-use project near the city’s busy commercial waterfront. But some neighbors are resisting the plan.
Record-setting snowfall is wreaking havoc on roofs in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine.
In the teeth of a record-breaking winter, Thompson Johnson Woodworking wraps the shell of a vintage house on a Maine island with an air-tight insulated skin.
A lightly framed Maine island vacation house gets a thorough structural reinforcement in the early stages of a complete energy-efficient gut-rehab.
To maintain a continuous air barrier, special attention needed to be paid to the seams that formed the joint at the wall plate where the rafters would sit.
Maine’s building code requires sprinklers in home-based business establishments. And for some businesses, that’s a problem.
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