Net Zero Comes Together | The Jamestown Net-Zero House
Coming up on This Old House Today is the day the net-zero house gets turned over to the Powers family. Kevin and Tommy pick up builder Jeff at the Idea House and drive to Jamestown. Jeff's challenges were to make the house efficient but also make it fit in with the neighborhood. Donald meets them outside and shows them the exterior transformation. The coastal landscape already looks mature and is divided into many separate "rooms" for entertainment and projects.
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