Reduce Energy Costs!
Whether building a new home or renovating an existing one, incorporating energy efficient features will enhance the quality of the indoor environment, decrease the amount of money you spend on the energy you use in your home, and most certainly result in raising the resale value of your home.
These are some of Energy Efficient options you may want to consider.
- InsulationInsulated doors, 10-12 inches of blown attic insulation and foam around any voids that may allow heat movement ensures even temperatures throughout the house, reduced energy use, and increased comfort.
- High Performance WindowsEnergy-efficient thermal pane windows with low E glass help keep heat in during the winter and out during the summer. They also block damaging UV rays from discoloring carpets and furnishings.
- Efficient Heating and CoolingEfficient heating and air conditioning units use less energy to operate, reduce indoor humidity and improve the overall comfort of the home.
- Fixtures and AppliancesLow-flow fixtures conserve water, and Energy Star® approved home appliances, like dishwashers and clothes washers, can reduce utility costs.
Keith Carothers Homes is also an Energy Star Builder Partner. If you are concerned about energy conservation, ask us about customizing an energy package that fits your budget and your needs.