Concrete is key to sustainable Missouri farmhouse achieving net-zero

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A farmhouse constructed of concrete and white oak in the Ozark Mountains in Missouri was built to achieve the net-zero energy standard.

December 21, 2012

A farmhouse constructed of concrete and white oak in the Ozark Mountains in Missouri was built to achieve the net-zero energy standard. Reinforced concrete walls contain tubing that works as a heating and cooling system. The sturdy construction is said to be tornado-resistant.

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