Energy Efficient Homes

How We Build So You Can Save

Instead of charging you extra like some of the national builders, these features come standard in an Angle Home. We want our customers to have the best new home possible.

Every window is reliable and efficient. They provide features like argon gas fill between panes, convenient slimline frame depth, and energy-efficient low-E warm edge insulating glass for enhanced energy performance.


Efficiency rating meets or exceeds 14.00 SEER—which can save you hundreds of dollars a year, compared to a standard air conditioner. Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER), an energy efficiency rating for air conditioners. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit.


Most builders now use 2x4   studs for exterior wall   construction. Except for our   two smallest homes, we use   2x6 studs for exterior wall     construction to maximize   stability and wall space for   insulation.


 Around R-23 (23.32)   insulation in livable   Area exterior walls   (3000+ sq ft models   have blown in insulation)

  •  Batt insulation R-   19

  •  Polystyrene   insulation   estimated R value 3.85 per inch

  • ½” Drywall estimated R value .45

  • Stucco estimated R value .025 (Exterior coat cement mixture, The Advantages of stucco: Makes home comfortable by reducing air infiltration, Reduces sound transmission, and Longevity in AZ climate)



 Many builders leave the garage unfinished. Not only do we finish the garage but we insulate the garage walls and ceiling in all of our models 1400 square feet or larger.
 What better way to save energy, than to seal the duct system so conditioned air blows into your home and not the attic.

Solar power does   not come   standard on each   home, however   many home   buyers choose to   add this options to   dramatically   reduce if not   eliminate their   electric bill.

  • This high efficiency Energy   Star LED Trim provides year- round energy savings.
  • Save on bulb replacement up to 50,000 hours lamp life
  • IC rated for direct contact with insulation
  • 65-Watt bulb equivalent light output - 11-Watt energy used