25 Vassal Lane Unit #1
Cambridge, MA

Building/Unit Specifications: 25 Vassal Lane # 1

Green Design:
Energy conserving
Material reclamation and reuse
Windows / skylights added for natural light and ventilation
Minimal use of chemically treated lumber
Use of reclaimed / recycled building materials
Water conserving fixtures
Water conservation through water reclamation

Energy Features:
New windows- Harvey Industries Energy Star Majesty low e-krypton glazing
Basement windows rated U35 / windows on levels on 1,2, and 3 rated U33
Insulated doors
Cellulose insulation in every wall (R-21), ceiling and floor (R-36) (heat, sound, fire retardant)
High efficiency gas furnaces
Large capacity high efficiency gas Rudd hot water heaters
Digital programmable thermostats
Central air conditioning
Extensive use of Energy Star lighting and lamps

GE Profile Energy Star side-by-side refrigerators with ice and water dispensers
GE Profile Energy Star dishwashers
GE Profile Energy Star microwave ovens
GE Profile Energy Star double oven range- gas/convection with lower ovens, grill, self cleaning

Sound isolation due to acoustic performance of insulation and doors
Door hardware Schlage
Fixtures Kohler
Hardwired smoke detectors in units and common areas
Entire building equipped with sprinkler system
Automatic notification to fire department
Emergency lighting in hallways
French drains and yard drainage systems
Each unit pre-wired for intrusion systems
Each water heater and washer installed in pans with drains

Cable TV
Home Network
Verizon Fios (when available)

Basement Considerations:
Extensive site drainage system
French drains / sump pump at perimeter of occupied basement
Exterior and interior water and damp proofing
Backflow preventers 
Modern design ventilated wall cavity
Increased natural ventilation with larger windows


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