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Greenwood Modern DADU

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    Saturday, April 27 |  11 am – 5:00 pm

    Location: Greenwood

    Site Description

    FEATURES: Advanced Building Envelope, Built Green Certified, DADU or ADU, Electric Vehicle Charging, Energy Efficient, Energy Star Appliances, Indoor Air Quality, Materials Efficiency, New Construction, Small Square Footage

    This custom home is Built Green 5-Star certified and features a long list of green building best practices. The light-filled space is beautiful and comfortable and is an example of Targa Homes’ focus on comfort, durability and resilience.

    Materials in this home were chosen to reduce embodied carbon. This includes reclaimed 2x framing lumber, Steico wood fiber continuous exterior wall insulation, cellulose cavity insulation, and wood based siding, as well as a lower carbon concrete mix.

    The polished concrete slab serves as the floor surface on the main floor – complete with weathering and patina from construction! Upstairs features Valinge engineered wood flooring, custom fabricated wood window stools, and low-emitting finishes on all surfaces.

    Walls are 2×6 framed with cellulose cavity insulation and 1.5″ of wood fiber exterior continuous insulation. The roof is insulated with 5″ of EPS foam above sheathing and fiberglass cavity, the slab is fully insulated with edge break.

    Windows are Prime vinyl triple pane, avg U value ~0.19

    The unique siding is Modern Mill ACRE 1×8 siding on a ventilated rainscreen. This product is a sustainable composite made with rice hulls.

    –Air tightness–
    Zip system sheathing with taped seams and continuous sub-slab vapor barrier resulted in a blower door score of 0.035 CFM/SF shell (0.56 ACH50)- below the passive house (Phius) air tightness standard.

    This home utilizes a unique combined heating/cooling+ventilation device from Minotair called the Pentacare V12. This ducted unit brings in fresh air and exhausts stale air while recovering heat and moisture (like a traditional ERV) but also uses a heat pump to add heating or cooling into the fresh air supply steam. The smart controller is constantly monitoring the indoor air quality and heating/cooling/ventilating and dehumidifying as needed.

    This home features a Leviton smart panel which provides usage data over WiFi for each individual circuit.

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