West Town Net Zero Homes

LEED Certified Project (Pending)

The West Town Net Zero homes (2442-2446 Ohio), built by the Panoptic Group, focus on zero-utility, luxury living in the city. These net zero homes utilize spray foam insulation for maximum air sealing and insulation, ENERGY STAR appliances, and smart home automation to maximize energy efficiency and an easy modern lifestyle.

With a focus on indoor air quality and comfort, the Panoptic Group includes a 95% efficient HVAC system in each home. The ventilation systems include a Rheem 2-stage variable furnace, two energy recovery ventilators and two UV lamps per furnace ridding homes of 99% of airborne bacteria. Additionally, only low-VOC paints and finishes were used throughout construction.

In addition to pursuing LEED for homes certification, these projects are also seeking ENERGY STAR v3 with Indoor airPLUS certification. The West Town Net Zero homes is solar-ready with direct lines to the garage for potential electric car charging ports. They also incorporate dual-flush toilets and low-flow faucets in an effort to conserve water.

For further details on this project, or to find out how Eco Achievers may help you raise the bar in sustainable innovation and living, please contact us!

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  1. First, and foremost, in can lower your utility bills. This is because it stops air and moisture infiltration. Research has shown that without proper efficiency, a home can drop up to 40 % of the overall vitality due to oxygen infiltration. It brings extra strength towards the construction of your constructing. - Fiberglass nevertheless will allow oxygen to pass through via, defeating the purpose of its installment in the first place - Because they are made of a combination of old materials, they may not meet changing building codes in your area. - Whilst squirt foam efficiency stays set up and is cellulose, permanent and fiberglass can sag after a while, decreasing its operation.

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