It's cold outside here in northern Vermont this time of year (nine degrees and snowing as I write this). But this winter it's a bit warmer, at least here inside the early 20th-century building where some of the the good folks of KSV hang out five days (sometimes more) a week. That's because we've just completed phase two of a three-phase project to replace all 34 super-size windows in our three-story building. Those are brand new Pella Architect Series double-pane, low-E2-with-Argon-gas windows you see in the accompanying photo.
Snazzy, if windows are your thing.
Even better: Our warmth also translates into less fossil fuel consumed and a lower carbon footprint. We're feeling good.
Is solar photovoltaic on the roof far behind?