- Energy Efficiency
- Heat Pumps
- Indoor Air Quality
You have probably heard the terms sustainability, efficiency, conservation, and environmentally friendly used to refer to “green” building. While each of these terms is important, the thing to remember is that building green is really about building BETTER.
At SmartHouse, we are more than heating and cooling professionals — we are a team of Building Performance Institute certified home performance experts, and we know how to build you a home that will keep you comfortable, while lasting longer and costing less to maintain.
If you are building a new home or remodeling your current house, SmartHouse has the expertise and state-of-the-art technology to help you reap the benefits of green building practices.
SmartHouse holds many green/sustainable building certifications. Our team is:
With SmartHouse as your consultant and guide through your green building process, we will ensure the construction process adheres to the highest sustainability and building performance standards, while keeping your project on schedule and running smoothly. We will help guide you through choosing the right insulation, optimizing your ductwork design, installing heating and cooling equipment like heat pumps or mini splits, zoning your home comfort system, installing air quality solutions, and everything else related to the construction of your project.
We understand economic realities. We will make recommendations based on your goals, but the end decision is yours.
We work directly with your home builders and contractors to ensure your goals and specific standards are met, from beginning to end.
Green building practices add little to your initial investment (as low as 5%), but continue to give you a return on your investment for as long as you own the home through energy savings and increased comfort.
Building a more efficient, sustainable home or starting a remodel project with efficiency in mind doesn’t have to be difficult with the right expertise. SmartHouse can help you develop a plan for your next project, and keep you in the driver seat until it is complete.