Seminar On Net Zero Energy Homes March 24 In Stonington CT

Dated: 03/06/2018

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Saturday, March 24 at 10:00.

Stonington Realtor Bridget Morrissey

New home designs are being created for sustainability-savvy clients with a vision for their perfect home — solar power, superior energy efficiency, and a mix of unique spaces tailored to their lifestyle.

Sounds great!  But you may have some questions like

  • DO I NEED TO KNOW MY BUDGET?

  • HOW DO I DETERMINE IF IT IS FEASIBLE?

  • WHAT IS THE PROCESS?

  • WHAT OPTIONS DO I HAVE FOR FINISHES AND DETAILS?

  • CAN I ADD AN ENTRY OR MOVE AN INTERIOR WALL?

  • WHAT IF I WANT A GARAGE?

  • IS IT POSSIBLE TO CREATE A CUSTOM MODULAR DESIGN?

If you want to learn the steps involved in creating your own affordable, self-sustaining home go to  http://bit.ly/3-24-2018

We look forward to seeing you at the informational meeting in The Mystic Theater at Quiambaug Cove Professional Center, 107 Wilcox Road in Stonington.

The seminar is co-sponsored by Bridget Morrissey Real Estate powered by eXp Realty and the builder, J. Peter McArdle, LLC.

Stonington Realtor Bridget Morrissey

 Stonington Realtor Bridget Morrissey

 


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