Williamson County Real Estate: Building Green in Franklin TN - Creekstone

Building Green in Franklin TN - Creekstone

Building Green in Franklin Tn - Creekstone - Akamai construction is striving for the highest standard of building energy efficient green homes in a convenient Franklin location. Using the most advanced materials and building techniques they are able to build exceptionally energy efficient homes with recyclable materials

Some of the standard Creekstone features

Ventless Insulated Sealed Crawl Space 
Vapor free moisture barrier in crawl space (10ml vs 4 ml)
Biobased insulation green spray foam insulation
Insulated roofline in attic for climate control
external thermal break radiant barrier
2x6 exterior wall studs to allow for 50 percent more insulation r21 insulation factor
low-e pella Windows U factor of 32
16 seer hvac equipment with dual heating with 95% efficient Furnace Lennox model

Creekstone is the first neighborhood in Tennessee where every home offers advanced building techniques and technologies to earn the coveted ENERGY STAR Rating and to be part of the Department of Energy's Builders Challenge Program. In addition, all homes are part of the National Association of Home Builders Green Program, and the ENERGY STAR or EPA Indoor Air Package.

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If you plan on building green in Franklin, check out Creekstone, they already know the way.

This posting and the contents written here are the intellectual property and opinions of Larry Brewer of Keller Williams Realty. Providing real estate services to clients in Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Spring Hill, Green Hills, and the middle Tennessee area.

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Comment balloon 3 commentsLarry Brewer - Benchmark Realty llc • November 11 2008 11:07PM


Neat video Larry. Did you shoot this on your filp?

Posted by TeamCHI - Complete Home Inspections, Inc., Home Inspectons - Nashville, TN area - 615.661.029 (Complete Home Inspections, Inc.) about 10 years ago

Well that is a great start, to go for the green, and hopefully not just for $$$. But let me ask you where are the solar panels, and why not use GeoThermal Heat pump that has an SEER of 30+ for that money your asking on this house, this should be included or am I wrong?


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Posted by ralphmc over 9 years ago
Michael - Thanks. I try. Hopefully people will be able to get the message. Ralph A Geothermal heat pumps haven't really had a good return on investment in Tennessee. They work better farther north where winters are much longer and colder. Total cost of energy for one of these homes is gong to average around $1000 per year. And that includes every electrical appliance. Spending more money for a seer 30 heat pump will probably only reduce the energy bill by a few dollars per month. To break even would take many years, and that doesn't include the extra maintenance involved with a geothermal unit.
Posted by Larry Brewer - Benchmark Realty llc (Benchmark Realty LLc) over 9 years ago

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