To make this component work you must follow these steps:
  1. Add a Page trigger and select Page load
  2. Select the Loader 1 [Hide] animation inside When page finishes loading
  3. Position loader1_component inside page-wrapper
  4. Set loader1_component position to fixed and display to none
Sometimes there may be a bug where the website briefly flashes before the loader is displayed. To avoid this add the following custom code in your Site settings > Custom Code > Head code
 .preloader {
   display: flex;

Build an Energy Efficient Home and Save on Electricity

Discover how to beat the rising electric bills and create an energy efficient home in Texas. In this blog post, we will provide tips and insights on building an energy efficient home, including considerations for insulation, windows, appliances, and alternative energy sources like solar power. Not only will an energy efficient home help you save money on your electric bill, but it also contributes to environmental sustainability. Find out how to start building your energy efficient dream home today!
Patrick Hamann
December 24, 2022
November 16, 2023
5 min read

Feeling the heat of a rising electric bill? 

If you’re like most Texans, you are feeling the heat from the electric bill. With prices rising every year, it’s hard to keep your home comfortable and your wallet thick. But what if we told you that there is a way to beat the Texas heat (and cold) and save money on your electric bill at the same time? You can build an energy efficient home! In this blog post, we will discuss some tips for building an energy efficient home as well as some of the benefits of doing so.

Build an energy efficient home and start saving!

Building an energy efficient home starts with taking into account the needs of your family and what you value most in a home. Some important factors to consider when building an energy efficient home include insulation, windows, and appliances. You will want to focus on proper insulation in order to keep your home warm or cool depending on the season. Additionally, you will want to replace old windows with energy efficient double-paned ones. Investing in a new, energy efficient refrigerator or oven can also help you save money on your electric bill over time.

In all of our homes we include brand new windows, high quality installation, and make sure we perfectly air seal your home. Other features can include energy efficient bulbs, programmable thermostats, controlled ventilation, and energy efficient appliances. We work with many partners to find you the right technology for best energy efficiency, lower your monthly bills, and keep you comfortable in your new home. Buying a brand new home will decrease the risk that something will need to be replaced right away. A custom home build will be pristine so you and your family won’t have to worry about updating your appliances or purchasing new windows which are very costly.

Another way to decrease the cost of your electric bill is by utilizing alternative sources of energy such as solar power. Solar panels are becoming more and more popular as the cost of installation continues to drop. You can also take advantage of renewable energy programs offered by your local power company to receive credits on your electric bill for using solar or wind energy.

Aside from helping you save money on your electric bill, building an energy efficient home is also a great way to contribute to environmental sustainability. As more and more homeowners invest in energy efficient homes, we will be able to help reduce our carbon footprint and keep the planet clean.

Are you ready to start building an energy efficient home? Whether you are a first-time home buyer or looking for ways to upgrade your current property, consider all the benefits of building an energy efficient home. There are many different factors to consider, so be sure to work with a qualified builder who can help you achieve your energy efficient goals. With the right planning and the right materials, building an energy efficient home is well within your reach! Give us a call today at (210) 446-0100.

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