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Building a Energy Efficient Custom Home in Floyd County, Virginia

Updated: May 16, 2023

When it comes to creating a dream home, most homeowners want to ensure their space is as energy-efficient as possible without sacrificing comfort. This is where our project in Floyd County, Virginia comes in.



The custom home we built boasts advanced energy efficiency features, including high-end insulation, triple pane glass, and a Mitsubishi HVAC unit that can be controlled from a digital control panel on the first floor. This system not only maintains a comfortable temperature and humidity level but also ensures that the overall climate of the home is always within desirable limits. As a result, homeowners can enjoy lower energy bills than most other homes of a similar size, without sacrificing their indoor comfort.

The first step in this project was to carefully select the best materials to maximize energy efficiency. Our team used high-quality insulation to prevent heat from escaping during the winter months, while also keeping the home cool in the summer. We also opted for triple-pane glass windows, which significantly reduce energy transfer and block out noise pollution.

However, we knew that even the best materials would not be enough to achieve the desired energy efficiency without the right HVAC system. That's why we installed a the Mitsubishi unit, which is capable of efficiently regulating the temperature and humidity levels of the home. This cutting-edge system is so efficient that it has been awarded the ENERGY STAR rating, which indicates that it is among the most energy-efficient products in the market.

Overall, this custom home project in Floyd County, Virginia, proves that energy efficiency can be a top priority without sacrificing comfort or luxury. The high-end insulation, triple pane glass, and state-of-the-art HVAC system combine to create a home that is both comfortable and cost-effective to maintain. Check out the tour of this energy efficient custom home in the Youtube video at the top of the page if you haven't already seen it! Thanks for checking out our blog, until next time!


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