We’re not building cars the same way we did in the 80’s. So why do we still build our homes that way? Net Zero building uses superior, high performance building practice to build energy efficient buildings with superior durability, comfort and energy efficiency.
Every aspect of a Net Zero Home is crafted to provide you with a better living experience. Net Zero Homes produce as much clean energy as they consume. They are up to 70-90% more energy efficient than typical new homes and use renewable energy systems to produce the remaining energy they need. Every part of the house works together to provide consistent, comfortable temperatures throughout, including high-performance windows and high-quality insulation in the walls and roof. Mechanical systems filter indoor air to reduce dust and allergens, creating safer indoor air quality.
A Net Zero Home protects you from future increases in energy prices. It produces as much energy as it consumes and is up to 80% more energy efficient than a home built to conventional standards. Your utility bills will fall to an all-time low and stay low all year-round.
Advanced construction methods and materials along with superior heating, cooling, and ventilation equipment create even temperatures throughout the house.
A built-in filtered air system reduces allergens and asthma triggers, such as dust, pollen and outdoor air pollution. Net Zero Homes are also well insulated to provide sound insulation, making a Net Zero Home a quiet and comfortable place to live.
By purchasing a Net Zero Home, you’re doing your part to protect against climate change and preserve natural resources for future generations. Remember, a Net Zero Home produces as much clean, renewable energy as it consumes. Net Zero Homes are also equipped with water-saving fixtures and appliances to minimize your ecological footprint.
Built to higher standards than conventional new homes, a Net Zero Home is more durable—with high performance windows and better insulation in the walls and roof.