Rammed Earth

A technique for constructing foundations, floors, and walls using natural raw materials such as earth, chalk, lime, or gravel.

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PHIUS+

is the largest Passive Building Certification in North America. It is a well-recognized proven construction standard and quality assurance system.

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Perc Test

is a test to determine the water absorption rate of soil (that is, its capacity for percolation) in preparation for the building of a septic

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Metal Siding

is a popular alternative to wood, vinyl, and other materials in situations where durability is a top priority. The two types of metal used in

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Lap Siding

refers to a type of siding that is installed horizontally on your home. When the planks are placed on your residence, they overlap one another,

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ICAT Recessed Lighting

ICAT recessed light fixtures are rated both to safely come in contact with insulation and are better airsealed. ICAT is an acronym for Insulation Contact/AirTight.

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Fiberglass Siding

It has many of the advantages of vinyl siding and fewer disadvantages, but is usually more expensive. … It has the same profile as wood

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Fiber Cement

is a composite building and construction material, used mainly in roofing and facade products because of its strength and durability.

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