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Part 2 of Allison Bailes series on current ventilation standards and how best to meet them.
JLC’s Coastal Connection goes on site in Boston, Mass., where Placetailor is installing an advanced energy recovery ventilation system in a super-insulated airtight house.
Let’s start with some obvious mistakes that aren’t even visible to most builders or buyers.
Certain home performance problems are hard to catch because you may not be at the house when they happen. Here are a few tips on how to keep tabs on condensation, temperature problems, and more.
Making sense of current residential ventilation standards
A guide to problem-free installation
Builder Farley Pedler delves into high-efficiency Passive House construction by building his own passive house in Martha's Vineyard, Mass.
The truth is that commonly espoused energy-saving tips are worthless. We look at four common offenders.
The convector uses an electronically controlled modulating burner and modulating fan convector to deliver just the right amount of heat.
Portland, Maine’s ReVision Energy has a new business model: Pairing rooftop solar electric panels with efficient air-source heat pumps to yield a net-zero-energy home heating solution.
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