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Our efficient and reliable designs define the criteria for the selection of energy rated equipment incorporated into your home. Appliances, windows, heating, cooling and water heating systems will have ENERGY STAR® ratings. ENERGY STAR® qualified appliances incorporate advanced technologies that use 10% to 50% less energy and water than standard models according to their website. Your home will also include efficient lighting fixtures and bulbs. ENERGY STAR® also tells us that in the average U.S. home, lighting accounts for 20% of the electric bill. Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulbs save about $30 or more in electricity costs over each bulb’s lifetime. www.energystar.gov

 

 

 


Water Efficiency is the intelligent process of integrating water functionality into our building practices. By utilizing plumbing fixtures and systems that require less water, you can conserve up to 20% of all your indoor water use. Saving water in the kitchen and bathroom with low-flow faucets, shower heads and toilets is an easy way to reduce household water consumption. Newly designed appliances, such as heating, hot water and dishwashers, now require less water to work more efficiently, saving you both energy and water volume.


Indoor Air Quality is essential for a healthy home. Our duct work is sealed with state of the art Low-VOC sealant, not duct tape. This reduces leakage as well as prohibits house hold pollutants from infiltrating the heating, air conditioning and ventilation (HVAC) system giving your home air tight construction. All this is beneficial in the reduction of dirt, dust, moisture, mold, pollen, pests and fumes from entering your home. This along with a new filter installed in your HVAC system helps improve indoor air quality. Fans in the kitchen and bathrooms also help by cycling fresh air inside, and releasing stale air out. Low-VOC paints, finishes, carpets and wall papers are also used.


Durability and Building Envelope is the process of keeping you and your home safeguarded from the outside elements. It serves as the outer shell protecting the indoor environment and facilities its climate control. All building enclosure systems include a solid structure, drainage plane, air barrier, and a thermal barrier all of which are necessary in establishing effective moisture control and energy efficiency.

 

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