We build homes that eliminate utilities and work with their environment to be self sufficient
  • Energy Efficient Homes

    This is the foundation for our homes. Our smart design process, combined with highly energy efficient components, creates homes that are 60 – 70% more energy efficient than conventionally built homes. Utility bills average $100 per month for 2500 - 3000 sq ft. homes. Features

  • Net Zero Energy Homes

    This is a step up from our Highly Energy Efficient homes. We design and orient the homes to add Photovoltaic Systems (solar panels), which provide all of the power needed for the home. We size the systems according to the size of the homes to achieve net zero energy usage. Features

  • Positive Energy Homes

    This is our main seller. It incorporates the Highly Energy Efficient home and the Net Zero Home while adding Rainwater Harvesting (RWH) and an aerobic septic system. These homes generate their own domestic and wastewater needs on site. This allows the home to be the point source for it's own needs. Features

  • Point Source Homes

    The future of homebuilding is here. In 2010, we started to build positive energy homes. These homes not only generate enough power for their own use, they also supply energy back to the utility company. Remarkably, this type of home building stays within our guidelines of 10-12% increase in cost. We know that the future of homebuilding has arrived when a home can generate its own power, provide additional power for others, and catch/treat all of its own water needs. (More). Features

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Energy Efficient Homes

This is the foundation for our homes. Our smart design process, combined with highly energy efficient components, creates homes that are 60 – 70% more energy efficient than conventionally built homes. Utility bills average $100 per month for 2500 - 3000 sq ft. homes. Features

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