At McGuinn Hybrid Homes, energy efficiency is part of who we are. We never stop exploring methods, materials, and practices that conserve water and electricity while keeping you and your family comfortable.
A home is more than a structure—or it should be. Our homes “perform” to a higher level. We include features that provide a healthy and relaxing environment. The insulation and windows conserve energy and maintain consistent temperatures. Your indoor air quality is protected by a system that filters out dust, allergens, and excessive humidity.
Conserving energy rewards you with lower costs for water and electricity—thousands of dollars in maintenance costs—plus the peace of mind in knowing you’re reducing the carbon footprint. Your home’s resale value also benefits from energy efficiency, so you can pass the savings onto the next homeowner.
What difference does energy conservation make? The energy that fuels your home’s heating and electricity comes from the burning of fossil fuels at power plants. The emissions pollute the air. When you reduce your energy usage, you also reduce air pollution. Protect our environment by choosing a hybrid home!
The sheathing provides a thermal barrier that reflects radiant heat rather than absorbing it.
Today’s vinyl siding looks great and is so easy to keep that way.
Heating and cooling systems, floor and roof trusses, and stair assemblies are engineered with shorter lengths of 2X4 lumber, and designed for quality and conservation.
Rely on gas heat for safe, clean, and affordable energy.
Our superior system for creating a thermal barrier and airtight seal on your home prevents leaks.
We make it easier to manage your home’s temperature and save money while doing so.
We install certified ENERGY STAR appliances in your home to ensure you’re getting maximum efficiency.
Use remote and mobile controls to better monitor the systems in your home. McGuinn Hybrid Homes includes a variety of smart technology options:
Low-emissive windows are treated with a coating that enhances the performance.
With up to 50% of your home’s energy going to heating and cooling, it pays to be efficient here.
New technology conserves water, so less clean drinking water goes down the drain and less money flows into your utility costs.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) used to be essential to their performance but released low-level toxic emissions.
Get all the hot water you need, courtesy of on-demand heating that also reduces energy costs.
Carbon fluorescent light bulbs have become the smart choice for conserving energy without losing the light.
Over $100 each month in utility costs, and over $100 each month in home maintenance costs.
More Value. More Home. More Features.