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March 24, 2008


@Julie, yes the energy saving features of new homes are becoming a necessity these days as consumer demand for such items is at its highest ever.

Those energy - saving features are becoming to be more or less necessary in these days. Besides that they can save your money they can also reduce many environmental problems (for instance climate change). The market offers a variety of interesting upgrades (high performance windows and glass doors, heat recovery ventilators, water resistant flooring, etc.)
Besides that is very interesting to follow the ways of effective use of resources (using recycled and demolition materials - less extraction of virgin materials), to use a solar energy, etc.
I hope it will all become to be more common in the near future.. Julie

I like the homes with energy-saving features like insulated entry door, insulation in roof ceiling, overhangs, vaulted ceilings, exterior walls and basement walls, air infiltration prevention system, attic ridge vent system, OSB with house wrap. I hope it can be implemented in our apartment too.


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