Jack Michaud Photography
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In MAINE - New England’s extreme weather. The studio has the new Zip sheathing system, with a built-in energy-efficient barrier, to minimize air leakage and maintain a tighter building envelope. He used a flash and bat insulation method. He also performed a blower door test. After sealing the house, a high-powered fan pulls all the air out of the house, lowering the air pressure inside. Energy auditors can then see where the air in higher pressure zones outside then flows through cracks and holes in the house to reach the lower pressure zone, making it easier to seal these leaks and maintain a tighter house. It’s a couple of hundred dollars to get that test, he says, but it can yield high energy savings. The studio’s exterior is covered in Certainteed WeatherBoards. Browne chose a custom paint for the siding to match the metal roof.