Residential Construction:


  • R30 with just 6″ thickness

  • Healthier Homes

  • Higher Quality

  • Faster construction times

  • Lowered U-values

  • Reduced maintenance

  • Sound reducing materials

  • 10x the shear load of standard construction and the highest shear loads of any panel system on the market.

  • Green Building

  • LEED points

  • Energy Star ratings

  • Increased value of property

  • Shorter loan times

  • Affordability

  • Termite and Pest free environments


Residential Market

Return on Investment: 

  • Research conducted by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) found that green certified new California homes were valued at prices 9% higher than similar non-certified homes between the years of 2007-2012.

  • 2011 survey shows new green homes sell for more, and existing green homes for resale are selling for an average of 30% more than existing non-green homes. Energy saving features to your existing home can increase your resale value for an average of 30%.

  • Research shows that 60% of consumers claim energy efficient amenities to be a priority in their new homes.(USGBC, 2015).

  • A study conducted in Portland, Oregon shows that green certified homes sold 18 days faster than comparable non-certified homes.


  • Households use about one-fifth of the total energy consumed in the U.S. each year; the residential sector is responsible for 21% of the nations carbon dioxide emissions

  • Since 1985, residential energy consumption, measured as total energy (i.e., including electricity losses), increased overall by about 34%

  • It’s expected that by 2016, 90% of all residential construction will have energy efficient features

  • To date, more than 1 million ENERGY STAR-qualified homes constructed save consumers an estimated $200 million annually in utility bills