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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.
JLC's Coastal Connection spent two days on the job in Portland, Maine, this month to see an installation crew from ReVision Energy add heat pumps and rooftop solar panels to an existing house.
This Energy Star-certified board offers an R-value of 6.5 per inch.
Reduced excavation and forming time make ICFs a cost-effective way to build a frost-protected slab-on-grade or crawlspace.
JLC goes on site with ReVision Energy to see master plumbers Dave Ragsdale and Chris Blaisdell install a Fujitsu mini-split heat pump near Portland, Maine.
Air leaks through the building shell can have a significant effect on a home’s durability, energy use, and indoor air quality. Myron Ferguson explains how drywall can be an important part of the air barrier of an enclosure.
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.
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