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Replaced NatGas furnace in 135 year old home on 4,500 s.f. urban lot with vertical well geothermal.


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Geothermal heat pump Adaptive re-use of historic home using recycled and native materials and restoration of existing materials; introduction of skylights to increase natural lighting; conversion from natural gas heating to geothermal system; refurbished existing 80-year old cedar shake shingles; rough sawn local hemlock.

Other Benefits:

Summer air conditioning substantially reduces air pollen and other allergens, improves interior air quality.

Efficiency or Sustainability Improvements:

Local Materials, Recycled Materials, Daylighting

My Motivation:

Need to reduce fossil fuels consumption

Experience with Installer:

Very positive experience. All around very professional team of installers.

Open House Info:

No on-street parking available. Park in lot across the street and up the hill, or at Incodema.

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