There are many benefits to using less energy in your home. First we save our natural resources. Second, you save money. And third, your home is comfortable and healthier. We call this PEACE OF MIND!
Energy Efficient Features in Your Cornerstone Home:
A tight thermal envelope is the enclosure that holds warm or cool air inside the house. An air seal energy package at all exterior walls, windows and doors create a barrier that limits leaks.
Efficient delivery and filtration systems reduce dust, odors and indoor contaminants ensuring a healthier home.
The framing technique, along with type, thickness and R-Value of insulation, (R38 in attic and R15 in exterior walls) increases energy efficiency by minimizing voids and gaps. Spray foam behind outlets to prevent air flow. Caulking and sealing package to minimize air filtration. Insulated garage door.
The use of low-e glass, thermal pane windows minimizes heat transfer from the sun into your home to keep you cool and helps prevent heat loss during the winter months.
Trane gas heat and electric AC properly sized to meet your home’s needs. Multiple air ducts and return air grilles help stimulate fresh air ventilation, decrease humidity, enable the air to circulate more easily, and reduce energy usage. Systems controlled by programmable thermostat.
Moisture management is important. Using the right sized HVAC systems, multiple air ducts and returns help dry the moisture that naturally passes through the home.
Energy saving roof vents for full attic ventilation. Radiant barrier roof decking helps reduce energy consumption.
A home’s water efficiency can have a great impact on the owner’s wallet, that’s why we choose water-efficient toilets, faucets, shower heads and appliances to save you.
Energy star rated appliances save water, electricity and money.
Create living spaces that feel bright and airy without needing light on all the time.