DALLAS, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 06/19/13 -- Following its mission to serve its customers, Grand Homes reviews the best possible options to provide consumers with the most convenient, satisfying homebuilding process. As a provider of semi-custom homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Grand Homes has become recognized for its swift work, as well as its dedication to delivering exceptional, quality results that provide unique homes that fit the personalities of consumers. In today's market, Grand Homes notes that while every client has individual desires when it comes to designing a new house, most are still concerned about implementing green construction and developing energy-efficient solutions.
In a recent press statement, Grand Homes reviews, "Our company has become recognized as a Dallas-Fort Worth area homebuilder that is committed to delivering energy efficient and eco-friendly solutions to future homeowners. Since becoming an Energy Star partner and gaining recognition from the EPA, Grand Homes has remained focused on ways to reduce emissions and promote eco-friendliness both in construction processes and homeowner inhabitation."
While there are many solutions available to help cut down on emissions and reduce homeowner energy use, Grand Homes reviews the importance of opting for green construction methods as well. As such, the homebuilding company points to a recent article from The Green Ideal that highlights a few ways that today's contractors can reduce waste during the home construction process. For instance, while lumber use still remains a vital part of residential real estate construction, steel resources have increasingly gained attention as an eco-friendly alternative.
The Greener Ideal explains, "By comparison, steel buildings feature metal that is being increasingly produced at plants featuring net-zero CO2 emissions. Both the water that is used to produce the steel, and the steel itself, can and often are recycled, increasing the eco-efficiency of the production process. More than 80 percent of steel used in construction of these buildings is recyclable. In the case of pre-fabricated buildings, the ease of recycling is as simple as disassembly, refurbishment, and erecting the equivalent of a brand new home."
In hopes that these eco-friendly resources will come into greater use in common construction throughout the US, Grand Homes also reviews the importance of forming efficient construction processes. For example, the article reveals, "Traditional construction can draw out the process of building a new structure over the course of months. The resulting manpower, noise, dust, wood-waste, and fiberglass produced or leftover by these construction sites is often obvious from the get-go."
"Grand Homes understands that the longer the construction process, the greater the costs for the consumer, the builder, as well as the environment. For this reason, we implement a tight construction process that is clearly outlined to increase efficiency, limit wasted resources and provide a quality result to consumers in a timely fashion," Grand Homes reviews in its press statement conclusion.
Grand Homes reviews the needs of today's homeowner and has made sure to reflect these requirements in the impressive work it produces. For more than 25 years, Grand Homes has served as a leading homebuilder in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, region and has expanded a great deal since its creation. Offering a wide range of semi-custom home options to prospective homeowners, Grand Homes has grown immensely and currently is recognized for building approximately 400 homes a year in 35 established communities in the area. Staffed with nearly 200 talented and dedicated employees, this homebuilder has gained increased attention as an award-winning contracting company.
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