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100k and 120k House for Sale

March 12, 2011

It’s a bittersweet time for the owners of the 100K House project homes. Both homes are being put back on the market for the first time since they were built as both families move on to the next phase in their journey through life. My wife, Courtney, and I are expecting our second child (Mr. [...]

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New Project Pics on the Postgreen Homes Blog

August 12, 2010

As most of you know, we have allowed some of our blogging to spill over to the Postgreen Homes site, particular those posts which are specifically about PGH projects. That means that the blog over there is the place to be for pictures of the projects, new floor plans and updates on customization options. We [...]

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Final Pictures from the M&M House

December 3, 2009

The first of the two houses in the Passive Project has settled, and the new owners are happy to finally be in their new Postgreen Home. The always hectic lead up to this closing has limited our blogging (as you probably noticed) and made it difficult to take the time for really good images. I [...]

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Insulation Levels in the Passive Project

August 21, 2009

Nic has been bugging me to write more geeky, green posts lately. I figured that covering the insulation levels in the Passive Project that have gotten us to the Passiv Haus standard would be as good a place as any to start. We can also take a look at the differences between the 100K House [...]

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Postgreen Homes Party Wrap Up

August 1, 2009

The Postgreen Homes launch party was a great success despite the signs of imminent disaster that at times proceeded it. We were happy to see so many of you out there among the hundreds of people that showed up to drink our beer, eat our food and test drive the new website, If you [...]

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Postgreen Homes Launch Party Planning

July 22, 2009

In addition to designing extreme green kitchens, we were thinking you would want to see how amazing the Postgreen Homes Launch Party is going to look, so we’ve mustered up some floor plans and sketches to show you. The pictures below feature the gallery space with display boards located throughout the space. Computers will be [...]

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Passive Project Under Slab Air Sealing

June 24, 2009

We get asked a lot what the biggest difference is between the 100K House project and the Passive Project. The answer is always the same. Air Sealing. On a Passive House, we have to hit a very strict target on our blower door test of 0.6 Air Changes per Hour at 50 Pascals of pressure. [...]

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Wes the Intern

June 17, 2009

I’d like to take a moment to introduce myself to this blog’s supportive group of followers. My name is Wes Thomas and I’ve been interning here at Postgreen Homes for about a month now. It’s been an awesome experience so far, and I’m excited to share some of the projects I work on during my [...]

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100k Ribbon = Cut

April 2, 2009

We still have a couple of weeks left before the houses are completely finished, but we went ahead and cut a ribbon anyway. Sure it wasn’t a huge ribbon and we didn’t have giant scissors (or a sword), but I assure you that little green ribbon is good and cut. While this may seem slightly [...]

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The Reblogification of

March 6, 2009

This post is mainly for those of you following along via RSS (almost 800 of you, woohoo!). Anyone who still sticks with the archaic method of actually visiting websites will already know about our new look and its attendant problems. As you read in my last post (you did read it right?), we are doing [...]

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