Radiant Barrier Decking – reduces attic temperature by deflecting heat from the sun. A cooler attic improves the operating efficiency of your A/C system and lowers utility usage.
Blown-In Attic R30 Insulation – helps maintain control over indoor temperature and is installed around beams, resulting in a more tightly sealed home and improved HVAC performance.
High-Density R15 Bib Wall Insulation – Blown in wall insulation offers a higher R value than traditional Batt insulation helping to save on energy bills.
Energy-Efficient Vinyl, Double-Glazed, Low E Windows – blocks radiant heat from the sun and UV rays. These windows are specifically designed to reject the sun’s heat without affecting the view and keep heat out in the summer and the warm air in during the winter.
Programmable Thermostat – allows you to control the amount of energy you use based on your family’s lifestyle and helps lower your energy costs.
Carrier Electric Heat 14 Sear – lowers utility bills. A properly-sized HVAC system that exceeds Energy Standards ensures maximum energy savings.
Polysealant– on exterior walls, windows and doors protects against air infiltration and increases building strength.
Attic Air Flow Ventilation – with soffit and roof venting removes heated air in the summer and keeps the attic air at the proper temperature during winter.
Water-Conserving Fixtures – Toilets, shower heads, and faucets use less water while still maintaining performance.
Low VOC Products in Paint and Carpet – emit low or zero volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which helps to maintain good indoor air quality.