Blow-in Blanket System (BIBS)®
With its seamless installation, provides outstanding thermal efficiency that can pay dividends throughout the life of a home. BIBS® is a patented process in which fiberglass insulation is blown into wall cavities behind netting. This system provides a custom-fit thermal blanket and outstanding thermal performance in irregular-shaped cavities and around obstructions.
We use a market leading efficient HVAC system with the Lennox® 16 SEER Rated System with 96% Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) gas furnace. Combined with an R-8 rated flexible ductwork sealed with mastic providing a best in market leakage rating for comfort throughout your home.*
Our HVAC system is partnered with the Ecobee Smart thermostat that uses a built-in occupancy sensor to automatically adjust the temperature for energy savings when you leave home and restore your comfort settings when you return. It will also intelligently preheat or precool your home when electricity is cheaper and reduce usage when it's expensive, saving you money and using cleaner energy.**
Our Energy Recovery Ventilator is an effective, balanced ventilation solution featuring integrated humidity sensing to limit ventilation during periods of excessive outdoor humidity to contribute to a more comfortable indoor environment. This provides a supply of fresh, filtered air to the home while exhausting stale air and pollutants.Broan-nutone.com
We incorporated water saving and efficient systems and products in our homes including Rheem® RTG Series Tankless water heaters and high-efficiency faucets and toilets.
Our irrigation system includes a full yard zoned with Hydro-Rain B-Hyve smart controller, separate zones for grass and bedding areas, rain/freeze sensor and Pressure-regulating Spray Heads. Pressure-regulating Spray Heads significantly reduce misting caused by excessive pressure. This means less water is wasted due to evaporation and wind resulting in considerable water savings.**
We use insulated vinyl, argon filled with Low-E glass. Low-E windows can deflect up to 70% of the sun's heat.energy.gov