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Green Renovating A Home And A Career

Jun 14, 2011 | Oak Park, Illinois

In 2004, Jason La Fleur and his wife Jennifer bought a classic Arts and Crafts home in Oak Park, Illinois, home to the largest single collection of buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Clifton - front after

A Deep Energy Retrofit Using Nailbase Insulation Panels

May 17, 2011 | Oak Harbor, Washington

Ted Clifton has been building and remodeling homes for more than 45 years. But he continues to recognize good innovations as they come along. That’s why he decided to use nailbase insulation panels on a recent green remodeling project for Bob and Tobie Johnson of Oak Harbor, WA.

What is nailbase insulation?

Chautauqua - cottages + Flat Irons

The Colorado Chautauqua Cottages

May 4, 2011 | Boulder, Colorado

There really is no greater remodeling challenge than green historic preservation. After a 25-year career in East-coast remodeling and then Colorado production homebuilding, Jeff Medanich is tying together all this experience in his green retrofit work at Chautauqua.

A bit of Chautauqua history

Chael-Dover - street view

Historic Preservation – A Green Alternative: The Chael-Dover Cottage

Apr 21, 2011 | South Miami, Florida

Historic preservation meets green building at the residential scale in the addition and renovation of our cottage in South Miami. Located in the Cambridge Lawns Historic District, the cottage was part of the LEED for Homes pilot program and achieved Gold Level certification while maintaining the character and scale of the surrounding historic district.

A slice of south Florida architectural history

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