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Net-Zero Energy Home Marries Style with Sustainability

Energy-efficient materials for roofing and walls don’t have to lack flair and local flavor.

February 4, 2013
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Constructing its first ever net-zero energy house was not without challenges for Marc Rutenberg Homes, as the Florida-based luxury builder was intent on using sustainable materials that could garner the project a LEED Platinum certification and yet also remain true to the elegant Mediterranean aesthetic for which the company is known.

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