Green Building has brought many important changes to residential home construction and has led to healthier, more comfortable, and more energy efficient living.
A green home is super-insulated which results in significant energy savings. But it also makes the home more comfortable, because a more resilient home needs less heating and cooling resulting in reduced draft from less airflow, and a more even heat distribution throughout the home. A tight and super insulated building loses heat very slowly, and will more readily coast through periods of extreme weather, but also the eventual power outage.
Greener also means healthier, because more natural materials are replacing artificial compounds that may outgas into the indoor air and cause all kinds of health problems.
At BrightSense, we’re here to
- help you decide which green building elements make sense for you
- explain how green a home needs to be to meet current building and energy codes
- discuss options that prepare your home for the future, including possible energy price hikes and energy shortages
A home built to green building standards doesn’t mean putting on a sweater after the sun goes down. Instead it’s a comfortable, efficient, resilient, and healthy home that is prepared for the future. Call BrightSense today to discuss what we do to ensure that your clients’ home meets their green expectations.
Hans Joachim Preiss
Office: +1 720.500.5470