Smart technologies that regulate lighting, climate, and HVAC help lower a home’s carbon footprint
Today’s new homeowners are more environmentally conscious than ever before, and there’s a growing cultural shift toward going green, reducing the carbon footprint, and conserving energy. If you’re a design-build professional, you have the opportunity to use smart technology to attract new homebuyers seeking energy-efficient housing. Integrating smart systems like lighting automation, motorized shading, and climate control into a home’s architecture is a significant value add in today’s housing landscape.
If you have an upcoming custom home project, keep reading to learn more about green technologies you can use to design and build more energy-efficient homes in Paradise Valley, AZ.