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A House That Gives More Than It Takes

Designing and building a passive solar house in the North Country was a family affair.
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A House That Gives More Than It Takes

Designing and building a passive solar house in the North Country was a family affair.

Living lightly in a net-zero home

A net-zero house on Lake Sunapee offers great views, comfortable surroundings and no bills for heat or electricity.

So green, it's (LEED) gold

A Seacoast couple’s energy-efficient home is certified LEED Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council.

How designers are making eco-friendly buildings

In an effort to be kinder to the environment, designers of homes and gardens are making thoughtful choices.

Building a net-zero home for the long term

A Concord couple designs a home that produces as much energy as it uses—and allow its occupants to easily age in place.

An energy-efficient, solar-powered home in Canterbury

Energy efficiency and sustainability were paramount concerns when a Canterbury couple designed and built their home.

Designing an energy-efficient, eco-friendly home

With the help of architect Christopher Briley, a couple designed a passive solar home that reflects their aesthetics and meets their family’s needs.

Reinventing home décor with Anna from In-Home 1

An Exeter woman transforms found items into furnishings and other accessories for the home.

This Lake Sunapee home is built for sustainability

In designing a home that would last well into retirement, a couple’s top priorities were energy efficiency, conservation of resources and comfort for their family.

Noteworthy Then, Noteworthy Now

A twenty-three-room home designed by renowned Boston architects Peabody & Stearns in 1891 now produces nearly all the energy it uses.
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