An energy-efficient, solar-powered home in Canterbury
In the News | March 11, 2015 |Posted by admin
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Powered by the sun and heated with not one drop of fossil fuel, Ruth Smith and Beth McGuinn’s home reflects their commitment to sustainability and energy efficiency—and a passion to share their knowledge and home with others.
The two-story, 1,800-square-foot saltbox-style home, called FeatherLeaf Farm, has been opened to the public during several home and garden tours hosted by church, community and green building groups—both during and after construction.
“We wanted to build a green, energy-efficient home that would be accessible to people,” she says. “We want to show this is a house anybody can build. We didn’t want it to be a complicated science project.”
Full article available here: http://www.nhhomemagazine.com/March-April-2015/An-energy-efficient-solar-powered-home-in-Canterbury/