Tag Archives: mini-splits

1825 Home Becomes an Energy Efficiency Role Model

Recently, Jodi and I sat down with freelance journalist, Scott Sowers, to discuss the design challenges of the Historic Molette House in Molettes Bend, Alabama. Below is the full article that will appear in the July 2014 print and digital edition of Remodeling Magazine. The article is currently on the magazine’s website. Scott Sowers is a […]

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What do Ducted Mini-Splits Look Like?

The most recognizable and commonly used mini-split system is the wall-mounted ductless system. They’re seen all over the world and are starting to become noticed and used here in North America, particularly in homes with small heating and cooling loads. Typically, they are thought to serve only small spaces like bonus rooms, garage apartments, etc. They can actually […]

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