Little House, Big Energy Savings: A Look at ‘Mini-B’

From JPCL, October 2010

By Gary Henry


by Gary Henry

Mini-B is a tiny little thing. The name stands for “Mini-Bungalow.” It’s a prototype, 300 square-foot “Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit.” In the Seattle area, you can plunk it down in your back yard for a guest house, or for grown-up kids who need to stay with Mom and Pop for a while....
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Tagged categories: Air barriers; Building Envelope; Energy efficiency; Green building; Sustainability

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