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A Conversation with Corbett Lunsford - Tiny Lab Creator

A Conversation with Corbett Lunsford - Tiny Lab Creator We sat down with Corbett Lunsford of the Building Performance Workshop, to talk about the Proof Is Possible Tour, which aims to make home performance metrics mainstream through live workshops and a TV show, Home Diagnosis. 475: Corbett, you and Grace are constructing a high pe … read more

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475 On-Site: SURE HOUSE

475 On-Site: SURE HOUSE

475 On-Site: SURE HOUSE Back in 2015, 475 High Performance Building Supply was a proud supporter and supplier of the Stevens Institute of Technology 2015 D.O.E. Solar Decathlon team. Their entry into the competition, SURE HOUSE went on to win at the decathlon. Short for SUstainable + REsilient, this project has been designed to survi … read more

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475 On-Site: Bleu Nest in Ramsey, NJ

475 On-Site: Bleu Nest in Ramsey, NJ Larsen truss walls wrapped in Solitex make NJ's 1st Passive House Darren Macri has been working in the high performance / Passive House building world for quite some time, but his company, Bleu Nest Builders, has only recently burst on to the scene with some of the best imagery, branding, and … read more

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475 Project Spotlight: Traveler's Rest - Colorado's Best New Green Home

475 Project Spotlight: Traveler's Rest Colorado's Best New Green Home Traveler's Rest - 2014 Best New Green Home, with Passive House airtightness and energy performance, and 15kw solar array. Framing the house - airtight exterior sheathing with Tescon Vana When we think about Colorado, we think about its world-class ski … read more

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475 On-Site: Habitat for Humanity, Washington DC

Habitat for Humanity, Washington DC 475 On-Site An airsealing team of volunteers achieves 0.2 ACH50 Habitat for Humanity of Washington DC is proving itself to be a leader in affordable Passive House building. After incredible coverage from National Geographic (wherein they suggest the homes may be among the most Earth-friendly … read more

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