Royal Premier Homes

Eco Friendly

 

 

Low-E Argon Vinyl Windows

 

Windows can be responsible for up to 25% of a home's heat loss during the winter and heat gain in the summer. The Low-E (Emissivity) windows we include in our homes feature argon glass filled airspace, multiple glazing, exceptional weather seals, and patented Warm Edge insulated spacer bars around the perimeter that minimize drafts, reduces condensation, protects furnishings against UV rays, and blocks unwanted outside noise pollution.

 

Upgraded Insulation

 

From the basement to the attic, Royal Premier Home has taken the necessary steps to build your family a resilient home that will protect against the elements. Exterior insulated sheathing and superior air sealing details decrease drafts and regulate temperature inside your home, keeping it cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. The durable walls and building envelope also ensure each home is built to control moisture and contaminants, further improving indoor air quality.

 

HRV & High Performance Ducts

 

Studies show that poor indoor air quality can cause health problems such as headaches and fatigue. Your Royal Premier home is build with your health and comfort in mind. The Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) removes stale air, provides fresh air ventilation, and improves air quality for your family. The HRV can also work with the high performance duct system to regulate moisture levels and air temperatures throughout your home. This particular duct system is especially quiet and significantly more energy efficient than plain sheet metal ducts.

 

Cent-A-Meter & Drain Water Heat Recovery

 

Take control of your home and savings! A programmable thermostat and Cent-A-Meter help to efficiently manage your operating costs. The Cent-A-Meter Electricity Monitor tracks greenhouse gas emissions and electricity usage, helping families to reduce costs by as much as 20%. Another savings tool is the Drain Water Heat Recovery System (DWHR) which recovers up to 80% of the hot water energy literally lost "down the drain". That thermal energy is then recycled to save you up to 40% more on heating costs.