Top 5 Energy Efficient Items
October 21, 2009 4:55 am
Top 5 Things to Make Your New Home More Energy Efficient Home
Today energy experts work side-by-side with homebuilders to create homes that are not only beautiful and eco-friendly, but that also create more energy efficient homes that help to minimize homeowner monthly utility costs.
Here are the top 5 innovative energy-saving practices that Landon Homes includes to build a more energy efficient home:
2. 14 SEER Air-conditioning Systems – adding matched furnaces that exceed Energy Star® standards keep your home more comfortable and your energy bills lower.
3. Low E-240 Plus glass windows that block over 84% of the harmful UV rays to keep inside temperatures cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Bottom line: this can save you up to 20% on your monthly energy bills.
4. Higher R-Value Insulation – adding blown R38 insulation on flat attic surfaces and R-22 insulation on sloped ceilings, adding ½ inch Styrofoam™ Sheathing for enhanced thermal efficiency which reduces attic temperatures up to 30 degrees and prevent up to 97% of radiant attic heat which all lowers your energy bills up to 20%.
5. 2 x 6 Wall Construction holds up to 62% more insulation, 2 x 6 framing is 50% thicker making your house sturdier and more energy efficient. Most builders offer only 2 x 4 framing.
No matter where you live or moving to, if you’re buying a new home, ask what type of energy efficient technology is being used.
If you’re in the north Dallas area, make sure you visit one of Landon Home’s five new home communities where all of their homes are built with the top 5 things a builder can do to build a more energy efficient home.
For more information about energy efficient homes in North Dallas built better and stronger than other homes in the Dallas/Ft Worth area, contact Tanya Smith by phone at 214-707-0347 or just click on our LIVE CHAT feature for more energy efficient things than Landon Homes adds to all of its homes.Tags: Dallas-Ft Worth homes, energy efficient homes in dallas, energy efficient homes in frisco, energy efficient homes in north dallas, new homes in dallas, north Dallas home builder
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