H3 worked to renovate this existing home in Dublin, New Hampshire, to meet the client’s desire for an environmentally responsible residence that can be efficient and healthy for the current and future generations of her family.   The renovation was designed to be 100% off the electrical grid with the installation of  a field of photovoltaic panels, sixteen geothermal wells, insulated wall systems, radiant floors, and many other environmentally-preferable features and strategies.  To make the building as energy efficient as possible the existing windows were fully refurbished, the exterior walls and roof were rebuilt to be well insulated and the entire envelope was sealed to minimize air leakage.
       
     
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 H3 worked to renovate this existing home in Dublin, New Hampshire, to meet the client’s desire for an environmentally responsible residence that can be efficient and healthy for the current and future generations of her family.   The renovation was designed to be 100% off the electrical grid with the installation of  a field of photovoltaic panels, sixteen geothermal wells, insulated wall systems, radiant floors, and many other environmentally-preferable features and strategies.  To make the building as energy efficient as possible the existing windows were fully refurbished, the exterior walls and roof were rebuilt to be well insulated and the entire envelope was sealed to minimize air leakage.
       
     

H3 worked to renovate this existing home in Dublin, New Hampshire, to meet the client’s desire for an environmentally responsible residence that can be efficient and healthy for the current and future generations of her family. 

The renovation was designed to be 100% off the electrical grid with the installation of  a field of photovoltaic panels, sixteen geothermal wells, insulated wall systems, radiant floors, and many other environmentally-preferable features and strategies. 
To make the building as energy efficient as possible the existing windows were fully refurbished, the exterior walls and roof were rebuilt to be well insulated and the entire envelope was sealed to minimize air leakage.

20_Image1_Scully.jpg
       
     
p45b.jpg
       
     
p108.jpg
       
     
p59top.jpg
       
     
p63.jpg