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Good for a laugh

Martin Holladay | Posted in General Questions on

Dan Kolbert recently sent me a link to an inexplicable web site that is good for a laugh. Neither Dan nor I has any guess as to how this web page came to be — perhaps a Maine contractor copied the material from the web site of a company in New Zealand.

Check out the image below to read the good stuff.

Here is the link:
https://www.faulknerbuildingco.com/energy-efficient-homes.php

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  1. Yupster | | #1

    Dang, my evergreen trees are all on the north side of my house. Now I'll block all my northern winter sun and won't stop the cool winter wind!

  2. Expert Member
    Dana Dorsett | | #2

    Have you taken mercy on them, and dropped them an email or voice mail message yet?

  3. GBA Editor
    Martin Holladay | | #3

    Dana,
    Don't you think the potential customers of this construction company deserve to understand the company's level of knowledge and expertise? The web site reveals a lot.

  4. this_page_left_blank | | #4

    The orientation to the sun aside, is there any validity to having a carport on the cool side of the house for cool cross drafts? I've never heard that one before, and it sounds a bit out there.

  5. GBA Editor
    Martin Holladay | | #5

    Trevor,
    You guessed right. There is no validity to that theory.

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