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A look inside prefab homes that are green - and gorgeous

Do you think a “prefab home” means boxy and unattractive? Think again. Author Sheri Koones — a pioneering voice for factory-built homes — is back with a new book that makes the case for energy efficient building that is easy on the eyes: “Prefabulous Small Houses," (The Taunton Press, $32), which...
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