improved health

Better air quality achieved through the use of a heat recovery ventilator and finishing materials with lower VOCs helps provide a healthy indoor environment.

improved comfort

Consistent temperatures, better insulation, controlled ventilation, and reduced noise levels allow you a higher level of comfort in your home.

increased durability

Increased durability is achieved using better materials including engineered wood beams, high performance windows, airtight drywall, and concrete window wells.

improved sustainability

A home with a smaller footprint on the earth ensures a sustainable future for you, your children, and the next generation.

increased energy efficiency

Lower energy consumption keeps monthly operating costs low and provides protection from future increases in energy prices.

improved building practices

Better construction techniques give you the peace of mind that your home will require less maintenance, and be worth more than a conventional home.