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A Massachusetts builder starts a custom Passive House in suburban Boston with insulated foundation footings — this time, using Foamglas instead of plastic insulation.
This year’s severe winter has done extensive damage to homes on the New England coast. For contractors, that means a busy spring and summer ahead.
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The Boston area is facing a once-in-a-century snow event — and there’s money to be made for crews with the right equipment and skills.
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