Egad it is hot

As I am sure everyone knows that the weather report for the upcoming weekend is for extreme heat.  The actual temperatures being predicted for this weekend here in northern Vermont are in the mid 90’s with “Heat Index Values” of 101 degrees.  The National Weather Service says those extremes will be the worst Friday and Saturday afternoon.

We would like to comment on two things:

Check out the weather report

Here’s a quick peek at the upcoming weather -

Wednesday – widespread rain with embedded tstorms

Thursday – scatters showers and thunderstorms, very muggy

Friday – Very HOT and muggy, showers and tstorms.

All that is the remnants of Tropical Storm Barry.  And you ask, “…. how does all this impact a single-family residence?”

Here’s more about The Maple Farm Cape

The other day we introduced you to The Maple Farm Cape Cod style home and it was widely and enthusiastically received by many of our loyal blog readers.  We really do appreciate all of our readers, it’s great knowing you are there!  Thanks.

Let’s take a look at our Maple Farm Cape from its very early days in the plant where it was built.

In today’s photograph you are inside the plant looking at:

Check out this spectacular Cape Cod home

The Cape Cod Style home is a classic New England home dating back to early colonial times.  From then to now it has consistently grown in popularity and many contend The Cape is the Quintessential Vermont home.

The Maple Farm Cape sits on 40 acres in Southern Vermont overlooking spectacular property that even includes a fully stocked Trout Pond.

Incorporated within The Maple Farm Cape:

YES, it really is summer!

It seems as though we have waited a long time this spring for summer to arrive, let’s face it spring was slow to arrive and kinda hung around a tad too long before allowing summer to appear.

With the advent of Summer, it now is Air Conditioning time and the annual search for a truly efficient AC system. 

As all of our loyal Blog Readers know we stress Energy Efficiency and the need to be a good Steward of our environment