According to Joseph Lstiburek, Ph.D., P. Eng., Building Science, Inc., the largest consumption of energy goes to heating and cooling buildings. A new David Weekley EnergySaver home can save in heating and cooling energy usage over a similar home built in 2006. It’s what we call a “win-win-win” – invest your housing dollars more wisely, help the environment and live more comfortably.
We have invested years researching and crafting the building process of our EnergySaver homes to maintain affordability for our Homebuyers, while lowering their energy usage and minimizing their carbon footprint. It's more energy efficient. The benefits are endless. David Weekley's EnergySaver homes are built tighter, smarter and are constructed using the principles of building science. Because from now on, any home that isn't an EnergySaver home may be obsolete.
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