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TechSmart is AAA Homes exclusive “high performance” energy saving application introduced to the market in Hattiesburg’s First Ceritified Green Home. You do not have to build a “certified” home to build a “high performing” energy saving home any longer.
TechSmart has been tested by a Certified HERS energy rating specialist. It has shown time after time to perform at a high level providing energy savings on heating and cooling of 45% to 50%. Savings vary depending on numbers of windows and the home’s orientation to the sun.
Take a minute to review our TechSmart flier and see the many new technologies offered to make your home work hard for you.

TECH$MART….. by the Numbers

Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation

- 90% Reduction in Air Infiltration
– 50% and better Reduction of Heating/Cooling cost

Tech Shield Roof Decking

-97% Reflection of Radiant Heat
– 30 Degrees lower Attic temps
– 17% lower Heating/Cooling cost

Low E Thermal Vinyl Windows

- 31 greater U value than Aluminum Windows
– 35% more Resistant to flow of Heat than Aluminum Windows

Polyurethane Construction Adhesive Sealant

- 90% Reduction in Air Infiltration

Digital Programmable Thermostat for HVAC

- 55% of Total Utility Bill from HVAC

Energy Star 15 SEER HVAC

- 50% More Efficient than Energy Standards on Homes built Jan 2006 & earlier

Tankless Gas Water Heater

- On demand hot water reduces hot water storage cost
– Or Digital Water Heater timer for Electric Tank Water Heaters

Energy Star Appliances

- High efficiency appliances meeting National Energy Act standards

Cat V Cable

- Prewired for Wi-Fi service, internet and cable

There are many benefits to eco-friendly living. Here are 10 major ones:

Top 10 Reasons for Building Green

Lower utility bills

Energy-efficient insulants, sealants, radiant barriers, Low-e windows,high efficiency HVAC and Energy Star appliances reduces monthly utility bills.

Water Management

Tankless water heaters mean less time and water wasted waiting for water to warm up in the sink or shower. Low flow faucets and dual flush commodes reduce water consumption dramatically.

Healthier indoor air quality

Green-certified homes offer reduced exposure to mold, mildew and other indoor toxins. This is especially beneficial to sufferers of asthma and bronchial disorders.

Optimize life-cycle of a home

The greenest homes are sustainable, meaning they were built to last and work effectively for generations. You will own now what everyone will have in just the next few years.

Higher real estate resale value

According Business Wire, on the one-year anniversary of the Northwest Multiple Listing Service’s addition of green-design, search features to its property listings database analysis shows that new and existing green-certified homes in King County sell in 18 percent less time and for 28 to 37 percent higher value per square foot.

Improved durability and less maintenance

Certain green building materials such as bamboo floors are easy to clean or require less maintenance than traditional carpet flooring.

Reduced waste sent to landfills

Modular homes are built in factories that recycle the waste generated during the construction process and leave less waste at the construction site. Many green homes often use recycled building materials.

Enhance and protect biodiversity and eco-systems

Using xeriscaping and native landscaping reduces needed irrigation.

Conserve and restore natural resources

Harvesting gray water saves on water bills. Composting saves money ordinarily spent on fertilizer and sends less waste to landfills. Alternative energy sources means a home neither contributes to rolling blackouts nor is it as badly effected by them.

Better for the environment

In the U.S., homes are responsible for 21 percent of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions, according to the USGBC. Living in a green home means that you’re helping reduce the causes of climate change. Using local materials means less fuel is used when shipping exotic materials from other countries and ensures fair trade and labor issues.

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and reviewed by our Sales Agents and
our Superintendent in a Button Down meeting
with the Home buyer prior to construction. No assumptions. No confusion.
Everyone on the same page from Day 1.
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a 60 minute football game. You
better have a plan before you start. AAA Homes has
created several computer programs to manage
budgets, track quality inspections and construction
timelines to keep us on target.