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Homes of the Future

homes of the FÚTU RE Presented by Blu Homes READY FOR GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE t's all in how you frame it With structural steel framing, homes can be ENGINEERED TO WITHSTAND: High Seismic loads T00 (b. snow load Compare to: 110 mph winds -47 lb. per sq. ft on a sloped roof or 65.6 lb. per sg. ft for a flat roof per sq. ft 0000 A typical hurricane has winds between 74 and 115 mph 0000 GREEN BUILDING TECHNOOLOGY M AKES IT EASY TO BE GREEN INCENTIVES Currently, Between 2009 and 2012, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) 40% an average minimum of 32% 50% reduction in of total fossil fuel use in the U.S. is consumed by buildings heating, cooling. water heating & other forms of electricity use increase annually in green building LEED homeowner is eligible to receive $1.80 per square foot FEATURES FOR THE FUT URE HOME 50% diversion of construction waste ||| Energy Star 30% Homeowner is eligible to receive back on all ENERGY STAR Certified windows, geothermal or solar systems, appliances Current home Future home L9% of current home energy costs go to heating and cooling Programmable digital thermostat Controls zones of home O Savings of $600/ month on utility bills (dependent on location and time of year) EPA: programmable thermostats can shave 10 to 30% off of heating and cooling costs Unplanned air leakage through joints, cracks, frames and sashes - accounts for Precision-built envelope Warm/cold air stays in thanks to computers and machines that cut exact measurements and help with assembly Solar-ready roofs solar electric and solar thermal equipment will come standard on future roofs 15* of a home's heating and cooling losses Low flow plumbing will be standard in all future homes Incandescent bulbs last 1,200 hours (1/42 that of LED bulbs) LED lighting package LED bulbs last 50,000 hours Heat recovery ventilator out with the old (air) and in with the new Fluorescent bulbs last 10,000 hours (1/5 that of LED Bulbs) Radiant floor heating energy efficient, more economical to operate, improved indoor air quality MATERIAL FASTER HOME BUILDING iN THE FUTURE SUSTAINABILITY TIME FRAME FOR BUILDING Windows Made from recycled wood fiber and glass START Traditional custom home Future home 1 мо. 4-6 months Architect designs home Less than a month Flooring and finishing Wood certified by the Forest® Stewardship Council (FSC) and reclaimed wood flooring options. Made from bamboo, FSC certified and reclaimed wood 2 MO. Architect-designed models to choose from Customer may have several meetings and discussions with the architect for personal modifications Visualize your home online using 3D tools 4 MO. Kitchen and bathrooms Recycled glass tiles or Natural stone -6-8 weeks Home is built in a controlled factory environment, folded and shipped Site preparation: Site is being prepared and foundation is being poured 8 weeks Site preparation 5 MO. 6 MO. Steel versus lumber Structural and light steel are manufactured from up to 77% recycled materials 6 months Construction begins depending on weather, product availability and other cirčumstances 7 MO. -4-6 weeks Homes get unfolded & installed on foundation. Sealed & weather tight in 1-2 days. Homes come with appliances, windows, doors, fixtures, etc. 'installed. About 70% of homes are complete before it arrives on site. Less destructive to environment. Less disruption to neighbors. Off-site construction of home leaves little to no waste on site. Structural steel framing 2% waste; typical lumber framing 20% waste 8 MO. 9 MO. 6-8 weeks Finishing touches on inside of home and removing construction debris on outside of home 10 MO. 11 MD. Total time: 1.5-2 years Total time: 6-9 months 1 YEAR Sources: http://www.portersips.com/taxcredits.html http://www.calibamboo.com/what-is-fsc.html http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/aer/contents.html http://eartheasy.com/live_led_bulbs_comparison.html http://realestate.msn.com/8-new-home-trends-for-2012#14 http://americanbuilders.com/articles/sitebuilt_vs_prefab.html http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=tax_credits.tx_index http://www.civil.utah.edu/-cv5450/roofload/SNOWLOAD.htm http://www.nahb.org/fileUpload_details.aspx?contentID=85253 http://www.consumerenergycenter.org/home/windows/todays_windows.html http://www.nahb.org/generic.aspx?sectionID=734&genericContentID=153664&channellD=311 http://www.energystar.gov/ia/business/challenge/learn_more/ResidentialHomelmprovement.pdf http://www.energystar.gov/ia/partners/prod_development/revisions/downloads/thermostats/Summary.pdf Presented by blû HOMES NOWSOURCING homes of the FÚTU RE Presented by Blu Homes READY FOR GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE t's all in how you frame it With structural steel framing, homes can be ENGINEERED TO WITHSTAND: High Seismic loads T00 (b. snow load Compare to: 110 mph winds -47 lb. per sq. ft on a sloped roof or 65.6 lb. per sg. ft for a flat roof per sq. ft 0000 A typical hurricane has winds between 74 and 115 mph 0000 GREEN BUILDING TECHNOOLOGY M AKES IT EASY TO BE GREEN INCENTIVES Currently, Between 2009 and 2012, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) 40% an average minimum of 32% 50% reduction in of total fossil fuel use in the U.S. is consumed by buildings heating, cooling. water heating & other forms of electricity use increase annually in green building LEED homeowner is eligible to receive $1.80 per square foot FEATURES FOR THE FUT URE HOME 50% diversion of construction waste ||| Energy Star 30% Homeowner is eligible to receive back on all ENERGY STAR Certified windows, geothermal or solar systems, appliances Current home Future home L9% of current home energy costs go to heating and cooling Programmable digital thermostat Controls zones of home O Savings of $600/ month on utility bills (dependent on location and time of year) EPA: programmable thermostats can shave 10 to 30% off of heating and cooling costs Unplanned air leakage through joints, cracks, frames and sashes - accounts for Precision-built envelope Warm/cold air stays in thanks to computers and machines that cut exact measurements and help with assembly Solar-ready roofs solar electric and solar thermal equipment will come standard on future roofs 15* of a home's heating and cooling losses Low flow plumbing will be standard in all future homes Incandescent bulbs last 1,200 hours (1/42 that of LED bulbs) LED lighting package LED bulbs last 50,000 hours Heat recovery ventilator out with the old (air) and in with the new Fluorescent bulbs last 10,000 hours (1/5 that of LED Bulbs) Radiant floor heating energy efficient, more economical to operate, improved indoor air quality MATERIAL FASTER HOME BUILDING iN THE FUTURE SUSTAINABILITY TIME FRAME FOR BUILDING Windows Made from recycled wood fiber and glass START Traditional custom home Future home 1 мо. 4-6 months Architect designs home Less than a month Flooring and finishing Wood certified by the Forest® Stewardship Council (FSC) and reclaimed wood flooring options. Made from bamboo, FSC certified and reclaimed wood 2 MO. Architect-designed models to choose from Customer may have several meetings and discussions with the architect for personal modifications Visualize your home online using 3D tools 4 MO. Kitchen and bathrooms Recycled glass tiles or Natural stone -6-8 weeks Home is built in a controlled factory environment, folded and shipped Site preparation: Site is being prepared and foundation is being poured 8 weeks Site preparation 5 MO. 6 MO. Steel versus lumber Structural and light steel are manufactured from up to 77% recycled materials 6 months Construction begins depending on weather, product availability and other cirčumstances 7 MO. -4-6 weeks Homes get unfolded & installed on foundation. Sealed & weather tight in 1-2 days. Homes come with appliances, windows, doors, fixtures, etc. 'installed. About 70% of homes are complete before it arrives on site. Less destructive to environment. Less disruption to neighbors. Off-site construction of home leaves little to no waste on site. Structural steel framing 2% waste; typical lumber framing 20% waste 8 MO. 9 MO. 6-8 weeks Finishing touches on inside of home and removing construction debris on outside of home 10 MO. 11 MD. Total time: 1.5-2 years Total time: 6-9 months 1 YEAR Sources: http://www.portersips.com/taxcredits.html http://www.calibamboo.com/what-is-fsc.html http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/aer/contents.html http://eartheasy.com/live_led_bulbs_comparison.html http://realestate.msn.com/8-new-home-trends-for-2012#14 http://americanbuilders.com/articles/sitebuilt_vs_prefab.html http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=tax_credits.tx_index http://www.civil.utah.edu/-cv5450/roofload/SNOWLOAD.htm http://www.nahb.org/fileUpload_details.aspx?contentID=85253 http://www.consumerenergycenter.org/home/windows/todays_windows.html http://www.nahb.org/generic.aspx?sectionID=734&genericContentID=153664&channellD=311 http://www.energystar.gov/ia/business/challenge/learn_more/ResidentialHomelmprovement.pdf http://www.energystar.gov/ia/partners/prod_development/revisions/downloads/thermostats/Summary.pdf Presented by blû HOMES NOWSOURCING

Homes of the Future

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We're getting more and more "green" conscious in everything we do... even in building our homes!

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