Sustainability

Cedarglen Homes uses the government-backed EnerGuide rating scale. We work with an energy advisor to improve the energy performance of your new home. This investment made in energy efficiency at the construction stage will pay off in lower energy bills once you move into your home. In addition, the EnerGuide evaluation report and official label can help increase your home’s resale value when you’re ready to purchase a new Cedarglen home.

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R50 attic insulation provides a higher R-value and minimizes the transfer of heat

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Triple pane insulating glass provides added performance benefits, especially in extreme climates, as it features additional glass and airspace for improved insulation.

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R20 Basement exterior wall insulation provides a higher R-value and minimizes the transfer of heat.

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Energy Star rated HRV expels stale indoor air while cool fresh air is drawn into the HRV and warmed by the heated aluminum core before being delivered to the rest of the home.

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Tankless water heater heats water directly without the use of a storage tank. As a result, tankless water heaters deliver a constant supply of hot water. This system uses energy only when there is a demand for hot water.

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95% high efficiency furnace.

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2lb spray foam to rim joists, 1/2lb spray foam around windows and doors, as well as spray foam to all exterior penetrations.

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2lb spray foam to rim joists, 1/2lb spray foam around windows and doors, as well as spray foam to all exterior penetrations.

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Upper floor penetrations sealed to reduce heat loss.

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Airtight electrical boxes with gaskets to exterior walls.

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