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Waterbury VT Municipal Complex uses INTELLO Plus for Foam-Free Enclosure Moisture Control

Waterbury VT Municipal Complex uses INTELLO Plus for Foam-Free Enclosure Moisture Control INTELLO Plus from foundation to roof: all interior walls and ceilings of this building include Pro Clima's airtight smart vapor retarder to ensure that the enclosure maintains high performance for the next 100 years. Note the best practice use o … read more

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The Dream Project: High Performance, Right-Sized, Thoughtfully Detailed

The Dream Project: High Performance, Right-Sized, Thoughtfully Detailed If you haven't heard of Robert Swinburne Architect or Bluetime Collaborative yet, do yourself a favor and check out his website and blog. If you have followed his career, you know that he's a talented and thoughtful architect focusing on single family homes in the Brat … read more

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The Ark at the End of Long Island

The Ark at the End of Long Island

The Ark at the End of Long Island Net-Zero + Resilient Meets Modern Design High performance building is becoming easier to accomplish with every passing day, and we're in no short supply of aesthetic-driven building projects. But finding a projects that both perform while pleasing the eye is a rarity. The work of Bill Ryall and his t … read more

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Tales From An Intello-gent Tiny House: 10 In-Depth Answers From An Enlightened Customer

Tales From An Intello-gent Tiny House 10 In-Depth Answers From An Enlightened Customer 475 is excited to present this guest article, our most extensive customer-driven blog post to date. We're featuring the makers of the Room To Spare tiny house, Megan Masching and Jeff Wilson, located in Las Vegas, NV. We're delighted that Megan took t … read more

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VIDEO: How To Hit 0.23 ACH50 In A Historic Masonry Retrofit

How To Hit 0.23 ACH50 In A Historic Masonry Retrofit Behind The Scenes of a Super-Tight Retrofit Project in Fort Greene, Brooklyn Before we set up the blower door, before we check for gaps in the air barrier, and even before we complete the walk-through; we can get a good sense for how airtight a project will be based on the look of … read more

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Jersey City’s First Certified Passive House is a Carefully Considered Retrofit

Jersey City’s First Certified Passive House is a Carefully Considered Retrofit This article is a reblog from part 3 of a series from Jersey Digs. We're seeing exciting updates from the architects at Mowery Marsh and construction management team of Brinton Brosius, with building science and Passive House consulting by Levy Partnersh … read more

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