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Challenge to Make NET-Zero Affordable

 
What You Need to Know

Description:

3 to 10 kW Grid-Tied Optional Solar Electric Systems 12" Double Studded R-45 Low Density Foam Walls, R-63 Cellulose Attic Insulation Full Basement Homes have R-20 closed cell Foam on the Basement Walls and R-10 Rigid Insulatin under the Basement Slab. On Grade Construction Homes have R-30 Rigid Insulation under the Slab. R-5 Windows. ENERGY STAR Certified Rating of Zero Energy Attainable and Positive Energy Homes.

Other Benefits:

With a Net Zero Energy home you solve your share of the 48% carbon emissions that come from the building sector -- and you don't have any utility bills to pay. We now can go beyond this add address another 33% of the carbon emissions from the transportation sector

Open House Info:

From downtown, take Main Street south, bear left on Park St., Left after 1.3 miles to Button Road, Left on River Valley way, 1st house on left (3 River Valley Way) Open House 1-3 PM

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