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Golf Course Villas Swing to Mini-Splits

The Hawaiian Islands are among the most sought-out destinations for everyone from vacationers and retirees, to entrepreneurs and celebrities. For many, the favorite island in the chain is Maui. On that island, a premier residential community sits on a palm tree bluff with panoramic views of the Pacific.  Hokulani Golf Villas, encircled by the fairways of the Elleair Maui Golf Club, combine luxury condominium living with the privacy of secluded, single-family homes. Residents of the 152 units can access all the activities and services at the seaside community.  Read Full Article

Ductless System Rescues a Home from Decades of Discomfort

Barrie and Jaqie Coxe own a two-story, 2,400 square foot, three bedroom home in Kaleden, BC.  Three years ago they bought the 16-year-old house.  But the family’s discomfort settled in as they experienced the approach of their first winter in the home. 

“Some parts of the home were too warm.  Other spaces were too cold.  And the cost of attempting to heat the house added a whole new level to our discomfort,” said Jaqie.  They quickly discovered that the home’s electric resistance heaters were burning the bank account Read Full Article


One of the “greenest” home builders in North Carolina, a firm widely recognized for green innovation and commitment to environmental sustainability, has taken their commitment to high efficiency HVAC to a new level. 

Anne & Bradshaw General Contractors, Inc., based in Wrightsville Beach, NC, a suburb of
Wilmington in an area known as Cape Fear, chose “green build” as their strategic path several years ago. 
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When Mom Returns From War

After 22 years in the United States Air Force, Staff Sergeant Sue Preiss learned that she would soon leave her home and family near Honolulu, Hawaii to spend six months in Iraq.She was scheduled to leave in December 2005 and return in May 2006.

News coverage of the war, focusing on the risks of duty halfway across the world, stirred her husband's resolute commitment. "When she returns from her tour of duty in Iraq, not if," he recalled, "I knew that we'd have to make a lasting statement."
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