“Keeping your house energy-efficient requires all hand on board,” writes architect Chris Craiker.
Passive design’s goal is to maintain comfortable living temperature in our homes and workplaces that reduce, if not eliminate, the need for auxiliary heating or cooling, which typically accounts for up to 40% of our energy uses.
One of the newest environmental hot buttons is passive home design. Actually, it’s nothing new. Architect’s designs today hearken back to ancient times when our ancestors paid attention to their
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