Normand

Factory-Built Wall Panels

Posted on January 28,2015 by user-961160 in Edgewaterhaus

[Editor's note: Roger and Lynn Normand are building a [no-glossary]Passivhaus[/no-glossary] in Maine. This is the 25th article in a series that will follow their project from planning through construction.]

Construction Begins — and We Encounter a Few Snafus

Posted on January 28,2015 by user-961160 in capillary break

[Editor's note: Roger and Lynn Normand are building a [no-glossary]Passivhaus[/no-glossary] in Maine. This is the 22nd article in a series that will follow their project from planning through construction.]

Backup Electrical Power for a Passivhaus Project

Posted on January 28,2015 by user-961160 in backup power

[Editor's note: Roger and Lynn Normand are building a [no-glossary]Passivhaus[/no-glossary] in Maine. This is the 19th article in a series that will follow their project from planning through construction.]

Can We Get More and Pay Less To Keep About The Same?

Posted on January 28,2015 by user-961160 in design

[Editor's note: Roger and Lynn Normand are building a [no-glossary]Passivhaus[/no-glossary] in Maine. This is the 18th article in a series that will follow their project from planning through construction.]

Seeing Red on a Green Property Appraisal — Part 3

Posted on January 28,2015 by user-961160 in appraisal

[Editor's note: Roger and Lynn Normand are building a [no-glossary]Passivhaus[/no-glossary] in Maine. This is the 17th article in a series that will follow their project from planning through construction.]

Getting an appraisal to value green enhancements requires the appraiser to take two actions: (1) To recognize and list the green enhancements on the appraisal form; and (2) To assign a value to these enhancements.

Seeing Red on a Green Property Appraisal — Part 2

Posted on January 28,2015 by user-961160 in appraisal

[Editor's note: Roger and Lynn Normand are building a [no-glossary]Passivhaus[/no-glossary] in Maine. This is the 16th article in a series that will follow their project from planning through construction.] If you have read my previous blog (“Seeing Red on a Green Property Appraisal – Part 1”), you know that the appraiser failed to list or value any of the green/energy efficient aspects of EdgewaterHaus. Does it matter? Absolutely!

Seeing Red on a Green Property Appraisal — Part 1

Posted on January 28,2015 by user-961160 in appraisal

[Editor's note: Roger and Lynn Normand are building a [no-glossary]Passivhaus[/no-glossary] in Maine. This is the 15th article in a series that will follow their project from planning through construction.] I am seeing “red” on what’s supposed to be a “green” residential property appraisal. No, I’m not color blind, although my wife Lynn says I am “seriously color challenged” for my occasional fashion faux-pas. Perhaps so.

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