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Little Things Add Up in a Net Zero Energy Home

Little Things Add Up in a Net Zero Energy Home 1

We build high-performance custom homes in New Hampshire and Vermont. In order for the owner to benefit from the State of New Hampshire’s Energy Star program, we have to comply with their strict performance criteria of the shell of the house. The State of NH sends their own inspector to the site and when he…

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The 3 Latest Technologies You Need to Build a High Performance Home

The 3 Latest Technologies You Need to Build a High Performance Home 3

Are you thinking about building a net-zero home in Vermont but find the technical terms confusing? Many of the terms used to describe net zero can be confusing only because they are new terms. A net-zero home in Vermont or New Hampshire—regions are known for temperature extremes—needs to rely on the best technologies to achieve the…

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Heat Recovery Ventilation Facts for Net Zero Homes in Vermont

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When it comes to energy efficiency in Vermont, it’s important to design net zero homes to have heat recovery ventilation systems built into them. But what exactly is a heat recovery ventilation system, and what does it do? In short, a heat recovery ventilator, or HRV, warms incoming fresh air with heat from the outgoing stale air…

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Downsizing for Seniors: Zero Energy Home Construction in Vermont

Downsizing for Seniors: Zero Energy Home Construction in Vermont 11

ou’ve decided that it’s time to downsize and to do it in Vermont, so now you’re searching for a builder who specializes in high performance / zero energy home construction. Well, two out of three “ain’t bad” as they say. Some prefer to use the word “rightsize” rather than “downsize,” but we don’t get hung…

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The 3 Top Things to Avoid When Building a Net Zero Home in Vermont

The 3 Top Things to Avoid When Building a Net Zero Home in Vermont 14

Building a net zero home in Vermont is becoming the new norm in residential construction. Want proof?  Check out the almost limitless amount of media buzz, ready support from utility companies and government…and the plethora of clearly visible “solar farms” along the state’s highways. But constructing a net zero home in Vermont, New Hampshire, or…

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Little Things Add Up in a Net Zero Energy Home

Little Things Add Up in a Net Zero Energy Home 16

We build high-performance custom homes in New Hampshire and Vermont. In order for the owner to benefit from the State of New Hampshire’s Energy Star program, we have to comply with their strict performance criteria of the shell of the house. The State of NH sends their own inspector to the site and when he…

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The Monster Is In The House

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Just after Christmas, the cold snap arrived, just as predicted by The Old Farmer’s Almanac. At first, the man wasn’t too concerned. The oil tank was full, he had managed to split and stack quite a lot of poplar. The first night wasn’t so bad; the big thermometer on the tree outside registering just a little…

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Zero Energy Homes: A Home Energy Audit Helps You Save

Zero Energy Homes: A Home Energy Audit Helps You Save 20

Not so long ago, when fuel oil and gasoline prices were hitting an all- time high, people struggled to pay for their heating bill and gas for their vehicles. Not everyone can install a high-efficiency furnace or buy a new car that gets 40 miles per gallon, but the latest crisis has caused individuals to…

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Heat Recovery Ventilation Facts For High Performance Homes In Vermont

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When it comes to energy efficiency in Vermont, it’s important to design net zero homes to have heat recovery ventilation systems built into them. But what exactly is a heat recovery ventilation system, and what does it do? In short, a heat recovery ventilator, or HRV, warms incoming fresh air with heat from outgoing stale air in…

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