DOE Tour of Zero: Edies Lane House by Caldwell and Johnson

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“We came from a 3,000-square-foot colonial that was costing us over $4,000 a year just in oil, plus an electric bill that was about what we pay now for everything.”

DOE Tour of Zero: Edies Lane House by Caldwell and Johnson infographic: North Kingston, RI; caldwellandjohnson.com. 2,046 square feet, HERS score 46, $225 average monthly energy bill, $2,900 annual savings, $123,000 saved in the first 30 years.
Key features list: High-performance insulation system for enhanced quiet and comfort, comprehensive draft protection, fresh air system for cleaner indoor air, high-efficiency comfort system, energy-efficient appliances and advanced lighting technology for
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"The number one thing we like best about our home is the utility savings. We came from a 3,000-square-foot colonial that was costing us over $4,000 a year just in oil, plus an electric bill that was about what we pay now for everything. We haven’t had to set the thermostat above 68, even on the coldest days.  With our former home we would have had the thermostats at 72 just to get the temperature to 67."

– Caldwell and Johnson homeowner

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