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Energy Needs Met

25% to 49%

of electricity

Energy Needs Met

75% to 99%

of hot water

Energy Needs Met

75% to 99%

of space heating


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Double wall construction, R-40 walls, R-60 ceiling U-Factor .18 windows 120 Evacuated Tube Apricus Solar Thermal Collector for domestic hot water and radiant heat with electric element back-up. Three bedroom, two bath. No combustion appliances. Presby Environmental septic system. On-site phosphate retention system.

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Open House Info:

Corner of Mudget Hill Rd. and Stone Rd., Vassalboro Maine, Ext 113 off I-95, Rt 3 aprox 11 miles to Vassalboro Town line take left onto Mudget Hill Rd. to end. House on left. If you miss M.H.Rd.,take next left onto Stone Rd., go 1/2 mile to Mudget Hill Rd. on left, house first drive on right. Handicapped shower,toilets, door openings and upon exterior completion, access. Reduced water consumption beyond efficient design standards. Balanced earth tempered fresh air make-up. Minimal construction waste. Low V.O.C. interior.

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