I just joined the group a few days ago after reading the forums for a few weeks. I live in SW NH and have an 1840's center chimney cape on 53 acres. The house has 4" of spray or foil faced urethane all the way around. This insulating was done when I had all the outside walls open for sill work and wiring. The attic was unfinished so the spray foam was a no brainer. The house had been a camp and hobby farm for the same family since 1929. We have the original 1840's windows in place(nine over six) w/ interior storm windows sealing out the drafts. Our main heat source is a 25 year old Woodstock Classic. The ell we intend to redo or tear down was put up in the 1930's on an early foundation. If we tear this down and redo it we want a super insulated replacement. The goal would be to make it look like it goes with the house. The new ell would contain a full bath, kitchen and living room w/ vaulted ceiling(wife request). The current size is 21X31 and is 1 1/2 stories. Over the kitchen we want a 1/2 bath to serve guests. Now my question is for you. Is there a place we make a blueprint for something like this or do any of you know builders or architects, that could design this? We've been thinking about this for eight years and are ready to do it, but you only get one chance to do it right. I asking for a little guidiance. Thanks.