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Zero Energy Ready Homes

Every Module home is built to Zero Energy Ready Home standards, set by the U.S. Department of Energy. This means a healthier, more durable, energy efficient, and overall better built home compared to a standard code-built home.

High-performance thermal enclosure

This is the entire exterior of your home — roof, foundation, doors, windows, everything. Together, they seal off the inside of your home from the outside world. The enclosure of Module homes feature high-performance windows, insulation, and comprehensive draft protection to lower your energy bills and block out dust, noise and moisture.

High-efficiency components

The items inside Module homes, including the lighting, appliances, exhaust fans and water heating system, all feature advanced technology designed especially to use less energy and work more efficiently than traditional versions.

High-performance comfort system

Module homes feature expert installation of high-efficiency temperature control systems, as well as heating and cooling ducts inside the thermal enclosure instead of inconvenient attics or basements.

Whole house health protection

There’s a lot to think about when purchasing a home -- how a home affects your health may not be top of mind but it’s something to consider. Zero Energy Ready Homes are healthy for you because they contain indoor air quality systems that filter contaminants from the air that cause respiratory problems, including pollen, chemicals and dust.

Solar-ready construction

All Module homes are built so that a solar electric system can be easily added whenever it’s convenient for you. This includes the required wiring, the ability to withstand the structural load and the electrical panel circuit breakers for a solar electric system.

Whole house water protection

Water damage is a huge concern in any home, but in all Module homes, you’ll find dry-by-design construction with a comprehensive water barrier system and carefully selected materials inside to control moisture.

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