this renewed house

The Glanville Residence was plagued by single-pane windows, a 1960s-era boiler, and asbestos insulation.

The architects retained usable elements such as the wood millwork, but completely redid the bathrooms with glass tiles and modern faucets and fixtures.

ZeroEnergy updated the structure with cellulose wall insulation, aluminum-clad (and architecturally accurate) wood windows, and energy-efficient lighting.

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