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Renovating for Energy Savings: Split Entry Homes
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Split entry or bi-level houses have been built since the late 1950s. The defining characteristic of this design is the location of the main entrance on a landing midway between the lower and upper floors. The basement area is at least partially finished and typically contains two or three finished rooms. This fact sheet outlines possible energy-saving improvements tailored specifically for split entry homes. Topics covered include draft-proofing, exterior walls, exterior doors, basements, ceiling/roof insulation, windows and heating systems. (© 2004 CMHC, Revised 2007)


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Rénovation éconergétique : Les maisons avec entrée à mi-étage
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