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In the world of wine, a jeroboam is a double magnum, equal to four regular bottles. The word had a different meaning at the Rockland Public Library Spelling Bee Tuesday night: victory.
As a realtor with Sotheby's, Tom Kruzshak sees a lot of lovely houses. He also thinks about how those houses will feel - and function - for their new owners. After meeting Evergreen President Richard Burbank at a pre-sale audit, Tom decided to tackle energy efficiency in his own home. This is his Evergreen Story:
Camden Select Board Member Jim Heard is getting an energy efficiency upgrade, thanks to the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Program and Evergreen Home Performance. Heard and his wife, Misty Van Kennen, are the first Camden residents to take advantage of what he calls “this incredible opportunity.”
Rockland Public Library: The Home Stretch
It's our last week at the Rockland Public Library. We usually spend a week, maybe two, on a job, but then again, we usually work on homes. A big municipal building is a different animal, and it's taken us almost seven weeks to tame this one.
Mind the Gap at the Rockland Public Library
It's pretty obvious that when we're air sealing, we're closing gaps. What might surprise you is how many gaps there are, all over the most solid of buildings. Gaps between trim and fireplace surrounds or windows:
Even "gaps" that are so big, and go so far, they may as well be portals to another universe:
Matt and Christa knew that the home they had just purchased in the neighborhood they loved -- for the price they could afford -- was going to need a... Read More