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MEETS BEAUTIFUL LIVING
Enertia Homes Are Designed to Capture
the Energy of Our Ecosystem
Built from 100% renewable mass timber, all our homes feature a stunning sunspace and full basement. Together, they heat the home through the winter months and take advantage of the earth’s insulating properties for cooling in the summer. The award-winning design of an Enertia home stands alone as a lasting solution to our growing dependence on fossil fuel, while incorporating a building standard that will last throughout countless generations.
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"This morning it was -4° outside and inside [the main living area] it was 66°, including the cellar. Right now it is clear and sunny, 2° outside. The sun space is 76° and the south, interior log wall, French doors, and all of the interior windows are open. We have a couple of ceiling fans running."
Jack & Ruthie, New Hampshire, Arcadia
The Enertia® system of building was designed using 4D architecture and the sciences of Materials, physics, and thermodynamics. Our mission statement includes the specific goals of creating a self heating and cooling home that is not only beautiful, but capable of withstanding the effects of climate change and strong enough to stand for generations.
Currently there is nothing an individual or a family can do that has a more positive and lasting impact on the environment than to build and live in a sustainable home. The emerging science of environmental architecture has turned our attention to the goals of designing attractive, comfortable shelter that does no harm to the earth in its manufacture or its use. Enertia® homes go even further. They have the potential to not only do no harm, but to be a part of the solution.
In the early 70s an oil crisis of epic proportions brought the dangers of depending on non-renewable energy to the front of every American's mind. The oil crisis filled us with fear that we would not have enough oil to fill up our gas tanks or heat our homes. Gas lines, rationing, and rolling brown-outs became a part of life. This was the dawn of the “solar age”, and it was the social climate that inspired a young builder, Michael Sykes, to invent the Enertia® method of home building.
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