Transforming a historical home into a Net Zero Energy property not only preserves its unique character but also ensures a minimal environmental footprint. To help you to get a sense of the process, we’ll explore the steps we took at Dwell Development to transform a 1919 Historical Spanish Eclectic home in the Seward Park neighborhood of Seattle into an award-winning Net Zero Energy-certified masterpiece.

A Net Zero Energy home produces as much energy as it consumes over the course of a year, effectively canceling out its carbon footprint. Achieving this balance involves a combination of energy-efficient upgrades, renewable energy sources and innovative technologies.

If you are looking to preserve your home and transform it into a home of the future, then consider using this as a checklist or guide to get there.

View the complete article on The Seattle Times: Transforming classic homes into net zero energy marvels