439 Bergen Street EnerPHit Renovation Passive House

439 Bergen Street
Brooklyn
NY 11217

439 Bergen Street EnerPHit Renovation Passive House

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A PHEntrefit project that is expected to be completed by January 2015. This home is a one family, 3 story brick townhouse in Park Slope Brooklyn. The project is a full gut renovation with features including: thermal bridge free detailing, Intello and Stoguard air barrier, Macrowin Passive House certified windows, Lamilux skylights, cellulose, open cell, and XPS rigid insulation system, Proclima tapes, Zehnder ERV 550, and Mitsubishi heat pump conditioned air.

Status: under construction

Architect and Passive House consultant: Jane Sanders Architect
Builder: Build with Prospect, Inc.

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