Benefits of New Construction

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The Benefits To Buying A New Construction Home

Fresh Air systems

Air can become stale in tighter environments with reduced drafts. A well‐ventilated home guards against moisture and heat buildup. Fresh air systems optimize circulation and heat displacement helping reduce dust, odors, and indoor contaminants for improved indoor air quality.

Radiant Barrier Roof Decking

Radiant Barrier Roof Decking reflects 97% of the sun's radiant heat, blocking and minimizing heat transfer through a home’s roof and insulation to interior living spaces - keeping your attic 30° cooler, lowering energy cost, and creating a more comfortable home environment.

Foam or Structural Sheathing

Foam or structural sheathing help enhance energy efficiency, reduce condensation, and create an attractive long‐lasting home exterior. All seams are taped to provide an efficient water and air resistant barrier, allowing for no air infiltration into the home.

Low‐E Vinyl Windows

Low‐E vinyl window frames do not conduct heat and are three times more resistant to condensation. Filled with argon gas, they block 95% of the sun’s harmful rays, increasing your R ‐vale and minimizing heat and noise transfer through windows without affecting your view.

Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters are a more efficient way to heat water. It heats water quickly and only when you need it, so it provides an abundant supply of hot water, so you never have cold showers and only pay for what you use.

Gasket Seal

Gasket seals provide a barrier between the foundation and wood frame of the house preventing the transfer of moisture and creating a more airtight seal resulting in less air and moisture infiltration into the home.

Post tension Foundation

Post tension foundations are reinforced with stranded steel cables that are tensioned after the concrete hardens. The stranded cables are slid inside of plastic‐sheathing, which prevents the stranded steel tendons from touching the concrete. Post‐tensioned concrete is stronger and more flexible than conventional steel‐reinforced concrete, helping reduce cracking from shrinkage as the concrete dries and holds together any cracks that do form.

Engineer lumber and Floor Systems

Engineered lumber is stronger, virtually defect free, and capable of supporting heavy loads over a long span. With little or no shrinkage, engineered floor systems dramatically improve floor performance eliminating squeaky floors and producing a stable more secure floor.

PEX Plumbing Systems

PEX plumbing systems do not amplify sound, are corrosion resistant to mineral build up, and can expand up 300% of its original size without damage. They help maintain water quality and are more energy efficient, resulting in reduced maintenance and greater reliability.

16 SEER HVAC Systems

SEER refers to ‘Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating.’ The higher the SEER the more efficient the A/C system is and the greater your electric savings. Compared to a standard 10 or 13 SEER unit, a 16 SEER unit provides on average a 38% electric cost savings

Fiber Cement Exterior Siding and Trim

Fiber Cement is a low maintenance, fire, water, mildew, and terminate resistant cementitious product with a durable natural wood look requiring less painting and maintenance.

1Fresh Air systems
Air can become stale in tighter environments with reduced drafts. A well‐ventilated home guards against moisture and heat buildup. Fresh air systems optimize circulation and heat displacement helping reduce dust, odors, and indoor contaminants for improved indoor air quality.
2Radiant Barrier Roof Decking
Radiant Barrier Roof Decking reflects 97% of the sun's radiant heat, blocking and minimizing heat transfer through a home’s roof and insulation to interior living spaces - keeping your attic 30° cooler, lowering energy cost, and creating a more comfortable home environment.
3Foam or Structural Sheathing
Foam or structural sheathing help enhance energy efficiency, reduce condensation, and create an attractive long‐lasting home exterior. All seams are taped to provide an efficient water and air resistant barrier, allowing for no air infiltration into the home
4Low-E Vinyl Windows
Low‐E vinyl window frames do not conduct heat and are three times more resistant to condensation. Filled with argon gas, they block 95% of the sun’s harmful rays, increasing your R ‐vale and minimizing heat and noise transfer through windows without affecting your view.
5Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters are a more efficient way to heat water. It heats water quickly and only when you need it, so it provides an abundant supply of hot water, so you never have cold showers and only pay for what you use.
6Gasket Seal
Gasket seals provide a barrier between the foundation and wood frame of the house preventing the transfer of moisture and creating a more airtight seal resulting in less air and moisture infiltration into the home.
7Post tension Foundation
Post tension foundations are reinforced with stranded steel cables that are tensioned after the concrete hardens. The stranded cables are slid inside of plastic‐sheathing, which prevents the stranded steel tendons from touching the concrete. Post‐tensioned concrete is stronger and more flexible than conventional steel‐reinforced concrete, helping reduce cracking from shrinkage as the concrete dries and holds together any cracks that do form.
8Engineer lumber and Floor Systems
Engineered lumber is stronger, virtually defect free, and capable of supporting heavy loads over a long span. With little or no shrinkage, engineered floor systems dramatically improve floor performance eliminating squeaky floors and producing a stable more secure floor.
9PEX Plumbing Systems
PEX plumbing systems do not amplify sound, are corrosion resistant to mineral build up, and can expand up 300% of its original size without damage. They help maintain water quality and are more energy efficient, resulting in reduced maintenance and greater reliability.
1016 SEER HVAC Systems
SEER refers to ‘Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating.’ The higher the SEER the more efficient the A/C system is and the greater your electric savings. Compared to a standard 10 or 13 SEER unit, a 16 SEER unit provides on average a 38% electric cost savings
11Fiber Cement Exterior Siding and Trim
Fiber Cement is a low maintenance, fire, water, mildew, and terminate resistant cementitious product with a durable natural wood look requiring less painting and maintenance.

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New Construction VS Pre-Existing The differences you can’t see

  New Construction Pre-Existing
1-year Workmanship and Materials Warranty  
2-year Systems and Appliance Warranty (Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC)  
10-year Structural Home Warranty  
Seller Paid Closing Cost*  
Option Period  
Location – proximity to city centers  
Personalization – select finishes, floorplans, and upgrades  
Energy efficiency – translates into lower utility bills  
Smart and Healthy – state-of-the-art technology and materials  
Typically, less expensive with more opportunity to negotiate price  
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