How Landsea Homes is Leading the Way in Energy-Efficiency
As concern about climate change grows each day, we know that conscious living can make a bigger difference than lawmakers can. At Landsea Homes, we don’t just talk about sustainability - we live it.
Our homes and communities are planned and built with the environment in mind. Our energy efficient homes are for sale now, and more are being built all the time. So if you’re looking for a house that combines conscious, efficient living with comfort and luxury, Landsea Homes welcomes you home.
It’s All About a Thoughtful Mindset
At Landsea Homes, we fully believe that home is the most important place in the world. Home should be a place of harmony between livability and the outside world. As we build homes, we recognize that our environment is our home as well.
Treating home as the most important thing, whether it be the house you live in or the environment around you, naturally leads us to care for our homes in the best way we can. This means going out of our way to build energy-efficient homes for sale in many beautiful cities in the US and the world.
We believe that these energy-efficient homes make home better for our homeowners and for the environment. From the beginning of our process to the time we hand off our homes to you, we do everything we can to create in a sustainable, thoughtful way.
From Start to Finish
Our parent company, Landsea Green Group, emphasized sustainability from their start. They were one of the first companies to build with the environment in mind - think, geothermal technology, high-performance windows, and more.
Today, we stick to our roots, consciously building energy-efficient homes while doing our part to take care of the environment.
From the time we start planning a home or community to the time we put our energy-efficient homes up for sale, sustainability and comfort are our guides. We determine which features would best help the homes to be energy-efficient for their area, and include systems to elevate healthy living.
As we begin building, we put careful effort into respecting the environment. Each construction site has on-site conservation and recycling. Additionally, we put careful thought into aligning the building with the surrounding environment. It should enhance the area, not blemish it.
By the time we finish with our construction, we’ve created energy-efficient homes for sale that can’t be beaten. With the combination of luxury and sustainability, no other house will make a better home for you and your family.
Looking Forward to a Green Future
Even after our energy-efficient homes have been sold, our mindset of sustainability lives on in the home for years to come. We see the future as filled with energy-efficient homes for sale, giving the population comfortable, beautiful, and sustainable homes that can boost the health of the environment and the people living in it.
To keep the sustainability mindset living in the homes we build, we include various features that contribute to healthy living and make it easy for homeowners to live consciously. The details of our homes include appliances that reduce energy waste, tankless water heaters (that actually give you hot water faster), and many others.
Other features we may include, based on need, are insulated doors, windows, etc. that help maintain the temperature of your home and lower your utility use and bills, as well as ventilation and air purification systems. Each of these features supports healthy living for you and the area you live in.
There’s no doubt that every home we build has the features it needs to be energy-efficient and support the environment you live in. For more details on our energy-efficient home features, contact one of our Sales Counselors.
Our Recent Energy-Efficient Home Features
Recently, Landsea Homes put up a community of energy-efficient homes for sale in Southern California called The Westerly. Happy as we are to have built a beautiful California community, we’re truly excited to include many energy-efficient features.
Some features included in The Westerly community are solar panels, dual glazed vinyl windows, a Rheem® tankless water heater, and various other features. Aside from lowering your bills, these features and others like them will give you and your family the tools you need to live sustainably.
With each new home and community we complete, we look forward to utilizing the latest in environmentally conscious, sustainable features and products that protect our environment and make your life healthier and more comfortable.
What You Can Do
As important as building energy-efficient homes for sale is to us at Landsea Homes, we also love to see our homeowners taking steps to live consciously and sustainably after they’ve purchased our homes. Sustainable living requires teamwork, so when you purchase from Landsea Homes, we encourage you to make efforts to add to what we’ve given you.
Fortunately, starting to live sustainably isn’t difficult. We have a few simple ideas here for you to try out that could help you and your family live in a way that promotes a healthy environment.
Little things can make a big difference. For example, turn off the lights when you leave a room. Not only does this prevent energy waste, but it also lowers your electric bill. So you can protect the environment and your bank account at the same time.
Another little thing that can help the environment and your savings is to only use hot water when necessary. Cold water works well for a lot of tasks, like wiping food off the counter. When you do use hot water, try to shorten the time you spend running it.
Finally, check for recycling labels on all of your packaging. You’ll be surprised by how much can go in the recycling bin instead of the trash.
If you’re looking for more ideas of ways to live sustainably, take a look at the rest of our website. We do what we can to promote sustainability when we build, and we want to help you promote it in your life as well.
As we team up to build energy-efficient homes for sale and live sustainably, we can make a real impact on the environment we live in, protecting it so future generations can find their home as well.