Energy-saving Quincy home costs $215 a year to heat, cool – Boston.com


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Energy-saving Quincy home costs $215 a year to heat, cool
Boston.com
“Moving past the paint,” he says, “we have drywall, a 2-by-6 stud wall filled with dense-pack cellulose, structural insulated panels with nearly 8 inches of foam insulation, and a rain screen siding assembly of building wrap, vertical strapping, and

Energy-saving Quincy home costs $215 a year to heat, cool – Boston.com


Boston.com

Energy-saving Quincy home costs $215 a year to heat, cool
Boston.com
“Moving past the paint,” he says, “we have drywall, a 2-by-6 stud wall filled with dense-pack cellulose, structural insulated panels with nearly 8 inches of foam insulation, and a rain screen siding assembly of building wrap, vertical strapping, and

EnerDynamic Hybrid Technologies Enters Letter of Intent to Add United States Based Sales and Manufacturing Capability – Stockhouse

EnerDynamic Hybrid Technologies Enters Letter of Intent to Add United States Based Sales and Manufacturing Capability
Stockhouse
The JV Agreement will combine EHT's proprietary ENERTEC Fire Retardant Structural Insulated Panel technology ("FRSIP"), including the ENERTEC embedded solar panels, with CCS's modular house manufacturing in Sunrise, Arizona. The JV will see EHT …

Prime lumber: we’re wild about wooden hideaways – wallpaper.com


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Prime lumber: we're wild about wooden hideaways
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The timber brise-soleil also envelopes much of the rest of the house, with the space between the screen and the interior skin (made of structural insulated panels) offering a circulation corridor. The entrance area and service spaces (including a surf

Tort/Negligence – Products Liability – Civil Practice – Statute of Repose – Real Property – Improvements – Certified … – Sourch Carolina Lawyers Weekly

Tort/Negligence – Products Liability – Civil Practice – Statute of Repose – Real Property – Improvements – Certified …
Sourch Carolina Lawyers Weekly
(Richard Mark Gergel, J.) 2:17-cv-00600; D.S.C. Holding: Allegedly defective structural insulated panels manufactured by defendant were installed in plaintiff's home in March 2007, and the certificate of occupancy was issued on Dec. 10, 2008. Plaintiff