logo
A powerful architecture & Construction theme. Construct your website in the perfect Ratio.
Alienum phaedrum torquatos nec eu, vis detraxit periculis ex, nihil expetendis in mei. Mei an pericula
 

Sustainable

Sustainable materials and methods can give you a comfortable home well in your budget. Here are a few considerations when planning for energy efficiency, sustainability, and green construction.

Sustainable Materials

Building with materials that are recycled and renewable help the environment and reduce our carbon footprint. These materials are renewable, energy efficient (Energy Star appliances), reduce emissions, and are just plain healthy for you.

Solar and Renewable Energy

Solar energy can be used to offset your public utilities, or completely replace your electric costs. Solar panels are becoming more affordable and more beautiful, too! Geothermal heat and cooling is also a renewable energy solution being used in home and businesses.

Insulation and Construction

Making your home or project air tight and better insulated will help you keep your energy costs low. Reducing air loss from your home can help keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Windows are also a potential place that energy is lost, so by installing a better window you are improving your energy efficiency.

You can also add features such as radiant flooring, whole house fan and better windows to improve your efficiency.

Fresh Air

Indoor air quality is a growing culprit of sickness in our world. Dust, dirt, mold and other contaminants can be stuck in your home if you do  not have adequate ventilation.

Having operable windows, proper solar orientation and well placed overhangs you can be sure to get enough fresh air and Vitamin D to feel good every day.