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Making an Existing Home More Energy Efficient

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 30, 2014 01:02 AM
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by Stephen Hanley last modified Oct 29, 2014

Matthew and Sue Seip recently purchased a house in Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania to be near family members who live in the Philadelphia area. Sue Seip, a professor at Philadelphia University, specializes in interior design, and Matt Seip has an architecture degree, so “we are very green-conscious, so to speak, and are both LEED-certified professionals,” she said. “Green building is The post Making an Existing Home More Energy Efficient appeared first on Green Building Elements .





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