The typical home uses a considerable amount of energy. New homes perform only marginally better than those built 60 years ago, and most can't be brought up to high performance standards.
A $300,000 new home actually costs about $868,000 over 30 years when interest, utilities, taxes and insurance are included. That's close to a million dollars for what is, by definition, a very average home.
Today's homes are built and operated with systems our grandparents used. They are slow to construct, don't accommodate new technology, and are not built for the future.
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LBS OF COAL NOT BURNED
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DAYS OF YOUR LIFE YOU JUST GOT BACK
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