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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.
Using a house he recently completed in Austin, Texas, Matt Risinger succinctly boils down what it takes to get a home to net-zero energy useage.
This past month was the coldest February on record in Connecticut, but inside Mike Trolle’s Passive House in Danbury, the indoor temperature never dipped below 68 degrees.
A lightly framed Maine island vacation house gets a thorough structural reinforcement in the early stages of a complete energy-efficient gut-rehab.
A Cape Cod remodeler stresses airtightness and rooftop solar panels in a bid for net-zero annual performance.
In addition to the training, here are the tools you'll need to design a Passive House.
Builder Farley Pedler delves into high-efficiency Passive House construction by building his own passive house in Martha's Vineyard, Mass.
Mini-split heat pumps were a major topic at the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) BuildingEnergy 14 conference in Boston this year. Ted Cushman explains why and how these mini-splits shine in cold climates.
This breathable peel & stick membrane serves as a weather & air barrier all in one.
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