What it takes to design and build energy efficient homes

| by Dan Wise
What it takes to design and build energy efficient homes

If you are considering building a new Lindal Cedar Home then you have already realized the unique, contemporary design history of Lindal and how your personality and dreams are incorporated in the design by their nationally recognized architects. But what you may not know is that entwined within their award-winning design efforts are the latest, most effective sustainable initiatives. So, not only will your Lindal home be a breathtaking structure inside and out, it will also be incredibly energy efficient.

This is accomplished, in part, by incorporating the latest in green technologies for windows, doors, insulation and other components of a home. But Lindal goes beyond this available technology. Before plans are drawn the building site is studied to determine the sun’s path, prevailing winds, natural shade, slope of the terrain and more. These factors add to increased sustainability by taking advantage of what nature offers…complimentary. Study the Lindal advantage at www.lindal.com. You will be impressed with them.


Topics: Prefabricated Homes / Systems Built Homes / Modular Homes

Companies: Lindal Cedar Homes

Dan Wise
Dan started in the construction industry thirty-five years ago and from the beginning was involved in sustainable construction. Upon forming his own company, he used his experience and education in studying engineering at Penn State to provide sustainable energy efficient construction to his clients. Wise Construction is a Certified Green Builder and Remodeler by the Home Innovations Research Labs and is committed to high performance sustainable construction as a standard. Dan is a NAHB Certified Green Professional and was named the NAHB Green Builder Advocate of the Year in 2013. He currently chairs the Green Codes and Standards sub-committee for the NAHB. www

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