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September, 2013
Follow our “From Foreclosure to Green Home” series of blogs that tells how we plan to transform a 113-year old home in Bridgton, Maine that leaks like a lobster trap to an energy efficient one.

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From Foreclosure To Green Home: Where Does the Heat Go
Tom (our project partner and energy specialist) took some infrared (IR) images of the house to demonstrate where heat leaks ... read more
From Foreclosure To Green Home: Leaky Like A Lobster Trap
We were hoping to demonstrate how leaky the house is by showing some blower door test results. The specific measurements turns ... read more
Disposing Of Unused Paint Made Easy
The EPA estimates that about 10% of all paints (including stains, primers and other coatings) sold is not used. Most of us have, ... read more
From Foreclosure To Green Home: Designing for Modern Living
Collaboration among the partners who live in different parts of the country could be challenging. Tom operates in Maine, Dave ... read more
What Is A Green Home
The goal of a green remodel is to make the home healthy, comfortable, energy efficient and sustainable. Here are some important areas ... read more

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Lose a Lawn/Get a Garden: A workshop on how to replace your lawn with a beautiful water-wise landscape
Description: This inspiring and informative workshop is designed for homeowners interested in replacing their existing water-thirsty lawns ...
Date: September 21, 2013
Location: Contra Costa Water District Center 1330 Concord Avenue, Concord ... read more
Pest Management Workshop
Description: Pest Management Workshop Sponsored by The Town of Moraga & Parents for a Safer Environment For Contra Costa County Schools, ...
Date: October 1, 2013
Location: Hacienda de las Flores, 2100 Donald Dr., Moraga, CA ... read more
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