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Hi, my name is Melissa Matthews and I am the Internet Sales Advisor for Providence Homes. Yes, this is an automated response, but I wanted to personally thank you for inquiring about our award winning and nationally recognized 100% Energy Star® Certified Homes. Please feel free to call or text me at 904-337-5236 anytime for additional information.

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The House as a System

The House as a System

The features and benefit of owning an ENERGY STAR® Certified Home

At Providence Homes, we build Energy Star® Version 3.1 certified homes using the “House as a System” approach. Our engineers take into consideration the interaction of all the systems during planning and construction, along with the geographic location, the best window technologies for our climate, doors, HVAC engineering, duct work, insulation package, air filtration and more to ensure that we produce high-quality homes that save energy and money. Every Providence home is run through a series of rigorous diagnostic tests by an independent 3rd party rater.

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Advanced Framing Techniques

Advanced Framing Techniques

At Providence Homes, we understand that techniques such as advanced framing are an excellent opportunity to build a more energy efficient home. That’s why all of our homes are built with 2x6 exterior walls with R-21 insulation, allowing us to significantly reduce waste, arrange materials that increase the areas of insulation, and reduce direct pathways for heat transfer and cool air to leave the home.

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Building Envelope

As part of the ENERGY STAR® Version 3.1 requirement all of our homes are inspected before sheet rock to ensure the insulation is installed to RESNET® Grade 1 levels, the air barrier is properly installed and aligned and our windows meet 2009 IECC Standards. These inspections are much stricter and more detailed than those required to perform a HERS rating. This unique building practice creates a building envelope that is significantly quieter, safer and healthier than those found on most new code built homes.

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Air-Sealed Attic System

All Providence Homes are designed and built with a new innovative “air-sealed” attic system. By applying spray foam insulation under the roof deck and making the attic part of the conditioned space, the attic stays within 5 to 8 degrees of the indoor air temperature year-round.

This means your air conditioning system works less, since all of the ducts are located in a conditioned space, providing you with a cleaner, healthier, more energy-efficient home. That’s why conditioned attics have been endorsed by the Department of Energy Building America Program as a Top Innovation in Building Science and has been encouraging builders all across the country to adopt this innovation since 2006. The end result is greater energy efficiency, lower energy bills, increased moisture control, and potentially a much healthier home.

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Low-E Vinyl Windows & Doors

Our high-efficiency low-e vinyl windows help keep our homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. They also allow you to enjoy the light and views, while saving money on utility bills and protecting valuable furnishings and finishes from sun damage.

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Right-Sized HVAC Systems

Right-Sized HVAC Systems

Why spend the money each month to run over-sized and expensive HVAC systems when you don’t have to? Our HVAC systems are designed by a mechanical engineer to achieve the ideal heating and cooling you want in a home, but without the expense of an overactive HVAC. The thermal envelope you’ll find in a new Providence Home allows you to utilize a more efficient heating and cooling system that is quieter, costs less to operate, reduces indoor humidity, and improves the overall comfort of your home.

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Fresh Air Management Systems

Fresh Air Management Systems

Providence Homes uses “run-time” ventilation. (Ventilation is fresh air or outside air.) So, whenever the HVAC system is running, fresh air is drawn into the system, where it is filtered, cooled (or heated) and dried before entering the home. The system also filters out dust particles and other allergens to help ensure your family and home receive the necessary amount of clean air.

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3rd Party Performance Testing & Quality Assurance

3rd Party Performance Testing & Quality Assurance

How can you tell if a home is going to be energy efficient? The ENERGY STAR® label assures you that the home has been certified by an independent Home Rater to meet the rigorous diagnostic testing required by the EPA. The certified Home Raters conduct onsite inspections and testing throughout construction to verify the energy efficiency measures, as well as insulation, air tightness, HVAC systems checks, and the duct sealing details and more meet the guidelines established by the EPA for energy efficiency.

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Moisture Management

Moisture Management

ENERGY STAR® Version 3.1 certified homes include a comprehensive package of water management practices and materials that help to protect your home from water damage and reduce the risk of indoor air quality problems.

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Reduced Leaks and Drafts
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Better Durability
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Improved Indoor Air
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More Consistent Air Temperatures
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Utility Savings
Advanced Framing Techniques

Advanced Framing Techniques

At Providence Homes, we understand that techniques such as advanced framing are an excellent opportunity to build a more energy efficient home. That’s why all of our homes are built with 2x6 exterior walls with R-21 insulation, allowing us to significantly reduce waste, arrange materials that increase the areas of insulation, and reduce direct pathways for heat transfer and cool air to leave the home.

Air-Sealed Attic System

Air-Sealed Attic System

All Providence Homes are designed and built with a new innovative “air-sealed” attic system. By applying spray foam insulation under the roof deck and making the attic part of the conditioned space, the attic stays within 5 to 8 degrees of the indoor air temperature year-round.

This means your air conditioning system works less, since all of the ducts are located in a conditioned space, providing you with a cleaner, healthier, more energy-efficient home. That’s why conditioned attics have been endorsed by the Department of Energy Building America Program as a Top Innovation in Building Science and has been encouraging builders all across the country to adopt this innovation since 2006. The end result is greater energy efficiency, lower energy bills, increased moisture control, and potentially a much healthier home.

Right-Sized HVAC Systems

Right-Sized HVAC Systems

Why spend the money each month to run over-sized and expensive HVAC systems when you don’t have to? Our HVAC systems are designed by a mechanical engineer to achieve the ideal heating and cooling you want in a home, but without the expense of an overactive HVAC. The thermal envelope you’ll find in a new Providence Home allows you to utilize a more efficient heating and cooling system that is quieter, costs less to operate, reduces indoor humidity, and improves the overall comfort of your home.

3rd Party Performance Testing & Quality Assurance

3rd Party Performance Testing & Quality Assurance

How can you tell if a home is going to be energy efficient? The ENERGY STAR® label assures you that the home has been certified by an independent Home Rater to meet the rigorous diagnostic testing required by the EPA. The certified Home Raters conduct onsite inspections and testing throughout construction to verify the energy efficiency measures, as well as insulation, air tightness, HVAC systems checks, and the duct sealing details and more meet the guidelines established by the EPA for energy efficiency.

Building Envelope

Building Envelope

As part of the ENERGY STAR® Version 3.1 requirement all of our homes are inspected before sheet rock to ensure the insulation is installed to RESNET® Grade 1 levels, the air barrier is properly installed and aligned and our windows meet 2009 IECC Standards. These inspections are much stricter and more detailed than those required to perform a HERS rating. This unique building practice creates a building envelope that is significantly quieter, safer and healthier than those found on most new code built homes.

Low-E Vinyl Windows & Doors

Low-E Vinyl Windows & Doors

Our high-efficiency low-e vinyl windows help keep our homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. They also allow you to enjoy the light and views, while saving money on utility bills and protecting valuable furnishings and finishes from sun damage.

Fresh Air Management Systems

Fresh Air Management Systems

Providence Homes uses “run-time” ventilation. (Ventilation is fresh air or outside air.) So, whenever the HVAC system is running, fresh air is drawn into the system, where it is filtered, cooled (or heated) and dried before entering the home. The system also filters out dust particles and other allergens to help ensure your family and home receive the necessary amount of clean air.

Moisture Management

Moisture Management

ENERGY STAR® Version 3.1 certified homes include a comprehensive package of water management practices and materials that help to protect your home from water damage and reduce the risk of indoor air quality problems.

Advanced Framing Techniques

Advanced Framing Techniques

At Providence Homes, we understand that techniques such as advanced framing are an excellent opportunity to build a more energy efficient home. That’s why all of our homes are built with 2x6 exterior walls with R-21 insulation, allowing us to significantly reduce waste, arrange materials that increase the areas of insulation, and reduce direct pathways for heat transfer and cool air to leave the home.

Building Envelope

Building Envelope

As part of the ENERGY STAR® Version 3.1 requirement all of our homes are inspected before sheet rock to ensure the insulation is installed to RESNET® Grade 1 levels, the air barrier is properly installed and aligned and our windows meet 2009 IECC Standards. These inspections are much stricter and more detailed than those required to perform a HERS rating. This unique building practice creates a building envelope that is significantly quieter, safer and healthier than those found on most new code built homes.

Air-Sealed Attic System

Air-Sealed Attic System

All Providence Homes are designed and built with a new innovative “air-sealed” attic system. By applying spray foam insulation under the roof deck and making the attic part of the conditioned space, the attic stays within 5 to 8 degrees of the indoor air temperature year-round.

This means your air conditioning system works less, since all of the ducts are located in a conditioned space, providing you with a cleaner, healthier, more energy-efficient home. That’s why conditioned attics have been endorsed by the Department of Energy Building America Program as a Top Innovation in Building Science and has been encouraging builders all across the country to adopt this innovation since 2006. The end result is greater energy efficiency, lower energy bills, increased moisture control, and potentially a much healthier home.

Low-E Vinyl Windows & Doors

Low-E Vinyl Windows & Doors

Our high-efficiency low-e vinyl windows help keep our homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. They also allow you to enjoy the light and views, while saving money on utility bills and protecting valuable furnishings and finishes from sun damage.

Right-Sized HVAC Systems

Right-Sized HVAC Systems

Why spend the money each month to run over-sized and expensive HVAC systems when you don’t have to? Our HVAC systems are designed by a mechanical engineer to achieve the ideal heating and cooling you want in a home, but without the expense of an overactive HVAC. The thermal envelope you’ll find in a new Providence Home allows you to utilize a more efficient heating and cooling system that is quieter, costs less to operate, reduces indoor humidity, and improves the overall comfort of your home.

Fresh Air Management Systems

Fresh Air Management Systems

Providence Homes uses “run-time” ventilation. (Ventilation is fresh air or outside air.) So, whenever the HVAC system is running, fresh air is drawn into the system, where it is filtered, cooled (or heated) and dried before entering the home. The system also filters out dust particles and other allergens to help ensure your family and home receive the necessary amount of clean air.

3rd Party Performance Testing & Quality Assurance

3rd Party Performance Testing & Quality Assurance

How can you tell if a home is going to be energy efficient? The ENERGY STAR® label assures you that the home has been certified by an independent Home Rater to meet the rigorous diagnostic testing required by the EPA. The certified Home Raters conduct onsite inspections and testing throughout construction to verify the energy efficiency measures, as well as insulation, air tightness, HVAC systems checks, and the duct sealing details and more meet the guidelines established by the EPA for energy efficiency.

Moisture Management

Moisture Management

ENERGY STAR® Version 3.1 certified homes include a comprehensive package of water management practices and materials that help to protect your home from water damage and reduce the risk of indoor air quality problems.

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