Turnkey Modular Homes understands both custom home design and modular home design, especially when it comes to building smart and green modular homes. Our local team of home builders and tech experts visually build your home so you can see what it looks like before we order ensuring exact, precision results.
Each Trunky Builder home is built with quality brand-name products from reputable manufacturers such as Congoleum, Aristokraft, Anderson, Delta, Certainteed, Owens Corning, General Electric and more.
The process of green building incorporates environ-mental consideration into every phase of the home building process. This means that during the design, construction, and operation of a home, energy and wa-ter efficiency, lot development, resource efficient build-ing design and materials, indoor environmental quality, homeowner maintenance, and the home’s overall im-pact on the enviromnent are all taken into account and considered guiding principles
Energy consumption has far-reaching environmental impact and is weighted heavily in any green building program. By choosing a home from Trunky Builders, homeowners can be confident steps have been taken to ensure attention to detail has been followed in every effort to make the home as energy efficient as possible.
After energy efficiency, indoor air quality is often cited as the most important feature of green homes. By choosing products that produce little or no off-gases, Trunky Builders is working to make your home health-ier. Additionally, heat recovery systems (HRV) with HEPA filtration are available to further improve the air your family breathes.
Trunky Builders is working hard to address all prin-ciples related to green building in our efforts to reduce the global impact building a new home can have on the enviromnent for years to come.
Additional Green Features
- Custom designed floor plans to accommodate various site conditions
- Design flexibility in incremental lengths creates less material waste
- Cut to length lumber saves energy and waste
- Utilizing engineered wood products in construction
- Engineered roof trusses use less lumber than conventional rafters while increasing load bearing capacity
- 24” on-center construction not only uses less lumber, but also provides more insulation, thus saving energy as compared to 16” on-center spacing
- Bulk purchasing of adhesives and paint saves waste
- Energy Star rated appliances available
- Manufacturing process incorporates recycling of wire, cardboard, steel, drywall, sheathing and water.