[before_listing id=226 images= youtube=null] Putting everything in place.[landbuddy_listing id=226 youtube=null]

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2 Responses to “Getting Ready”

  1. Dakota

    Insulated concrete floors with radiant heat from passive solar would be good, needing only a solar panel to run the small circulating pump. Also: have you looked into a rocket stove or mass heat?

  2. Diana & Jim

    just drove through central lake and Bellaire last week looking for a site to be off the grid. Picked up some great smoked white fish, but didn’t find any morels this time. Are u thinking solar or wind for power? We have been looking into building a PassivHaus…….super insulated r-70-90 and southern exposure. Any info would help.

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