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Deep Energy Retrofit to EnerPHit standards

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Deep Energy Retrofit of an existing 1965 Cape. Annual usage of 1200 gallons/yr #2 oil. Stripped siding and Roof Employed PERSIST wall assembly strategy Added continuous air barrier Added 5.5 "of upcycled Poly Iso insulation to walls and roofs Walls R 47 Roofs R 112 Replaced all existing windows with High SHGC triple glazed units Airtight wood stove for heat ASHP for supplemental heating and cooling De-centralized balanced mechanical ventilation Passive shading Fossil Fuel free Pellet fired Boiler retrofit To be added later

Other Benefits:

Fossil Fuel Free Decreased cost of ownership Increased comfort Increased indoor air quality Local sustainable and recyclable materials

Efficiency or Sustainability Improvements:

Daylighting, Energy Star Appliances, FSC Certified Wood, Local Materials, Non-Toxic Products, Passive House Certified, Recycled Materials, Super Insulated Walls/ Roof, Mechanical Ventilation.

My Motivation:

Combating anthropogenic climate change


Do Something..........anything

Open House Info:

22 Megans Way Northport Me 04849 Guests welcome from 11a - 3p Rt 1 south from Belfast Megans Way is a private drive directly off of Rt 1 next to Northport VFW Signs out front Deep Energy Retrofit to Passive House standards Pre - Certified PHIUS/ PHI

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