Off-grid and Net-Zero Housing
A Toronto Off-grid home 20 years later; how did it fare?
...windows as much as we do. It lights up the house quite a bit in the winter and together with the radiant-floor heating, the house is much cozier than we expected," Mr. Paloheimo says. (The house also has an electric, forced-air furnace.)
Ms. Paloheimo says: “I didn't like the house at first because it was complicated...