Checking In With the Performance of our Net-Zero Utility Cost House In Northside

| December 9, 2010

Checking In with the Performance of our Net-Zero Utility Cost Home in Northside Potterhill Homes completed a new model home in June of this year that, in theory, would be our first ever Net-Zero Utility Cost demonstration home.  It’s truly an R&D facility to test the benefits of combining solar panels & geothermal heating with [...]

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Net-Zero Energy Homes are Here!

| June 29, 2010

Net-Zero Energy homes are the ultimate in green & energy efficient building.  There are several different definitions of the commonly used term, “Net-Zero Energy.”  One of the definitions is a “Net-Zero Cost” – which is exactly what we at Potterhill Homes have built in our Northside R & D community, Northwind.  In a home that is [...]

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Cincinnati-based Potterhill Homes is a premier builder of affordable, environmentally friendly homes in Greater Cincinnati. Our homes are built with traditional Cincinnati architectural styles and are perfect for both urban infill and suburban development. To learn more about Potterhill Homes,visit www.potterhillhomes.com.


About the authors

Carolyn Rolfes is the President of Potterhill Homes. And she's also a Rolfes - as in daughter of Dan Rolfes, the infamous Red Tag Man of Holiday Homes. So what does that say about Carolyn and who she is? Plenty. When you grow up the daughter of man who does commercials in his red underwear, you have no choice but to have a great sense of humor and humility from a very young age. Carolyn and Dan founded Potterhill Homes in 2001 and she has grown it to be one of the most successful home builders in Cincinnati. Home building is in her blood and she has a keen awareness of what consumers look for in a new home and how to deliver value at all levels. And while we don't make Carolyn dress up in green underwear for our commercials, we bet she would if we asked!