Smart home energy savings really do exist.
Smart homes are undoubtedly an investment, but a wise one to make nonetheless. From smart thermostats to smart appliances, energy efficient lights to open-cell foam insulation, smart homes offer a slew of saving that traditional homes do not. Our team at Smart Homes Construction takes great pride in delivering these fantastic savings to our clients. Certain smart home features can even help to reduce the cost of home insurance, saving you a meaningful amount of money over time. Do smart home energy savings really exist? Most definitely.
The Smart Home Construction Difference.
You deserve more than just a dazzling interior. You deserve a home that’s soundly built from the foundation up. At Smart Home Construction, we care about what’s behind our walls just as much as we care about the appearance of the homes we build. Behind the walls and under the roofs of our smart homes, you’ll find open-cell foam insulation. This envelope system insulates your attic, helps to keep your air conditioner from overworking, and ultimately saves you money on energy use. But that’s not all. We utilize the most energy-efficient windows to reduce electricity use, use only LED light fixtures, and even take into consideration the prevailing winds and western exposure of a home when we position it on a lot. Paying attention to all these small details is the Smart Home Construction difference.
How Smart Homes Construction creates green homes.
Building an energy-efficient, eco-friendly smart home takes skill, dedication, and a passion for delivering unbelievable homes for our clients. When we construct our smart homes, we consider:
- The home’s location on the lot so that heating and cooling are optimized.
- The building envelop which includes insulation, air sealing, windows and other components to increase our home’s energy efficiency.
- Space cooling and heating systems that work smarter not harder.
- Quality ventilation systems to increase the efficiency of consumption of transferring incoming and outgoing air.
- Our home’s interior and exterior lighting systems.
- Control systems that provide considerable energy savings.