Why Going Green has never made more sense.
A leaky house is just another word for poor workmanship.
What Exactly is a David Weekley EnergySaverTM Home?
It’s a home that is friendlier to you, to your environment and to your pocketbook. Lower energy bills actually make an EnergySaver Home less expensive to own. In fact, our homes can save in heating and air conditioning usage over a similar home built to 2004 building code standards. It’s what we call a “win-win-win.” Invest your housing dollars more wisely. Help the environment. Live more comfortably. All of which can make your David Weekley EnergySaver Home easier to re-sell. From now on, any home that isn’t Green may be obsolete.
Build tight. Ventilate right.
Contrary to the old wives’ tale, a house can never be “too tight.” It can only be under-ventilated. It takes a lot of skill to build a tight house. The only way to assure a house is healthy is to make it tight. You don’t want the air you breathe to come from the foundation, garage or leak through a wall. You want to decide where the air comes from, not rely on accidents of poor construction.