Net Zero Lexington House published in GB&D

Thank you so much to Green Building & Design Magazine for publishing our Net Zero Lexington House!

The house is designed with superinsulation strategies including a double wall and roof insulation values. This superinsulation, and near airtight envelope with ventilation, reduces the heating and cooling load so that the entire house is heated and cooled with several mini split heat pumps.  Everything in the house is electric, by design to match the electric production of the photovoltaic panels on the garage roof facing south. Over the course of the year, the solar panels provide enough energy for the entire home!

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To learn more about the project: Net Zero Lexington House

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