Park's Edge is one of the first Park City townhome communities to receive the National Green Building Standard Certification of Silver.
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At Park's Edge we recognize our responsibility to lessen our impact on the environment. That's why we go to the extra expense and trouble to build Park City homes that take environmental factors into consideration. For a complete list of all our responsible building features click here.
Park's Edge Townhomes are 5 Star Energy Rated with a HERS (Home Energy Rating Scale) score of 62, a number used to measure the energy consumption of the home. Your Park's Edge home exceeds the energy star requirement by an additional 5 points.
Several features of the home contribute to improving energy efficiency including the use of Energy Star rated appliances, blown-in insulation (BIB system), low E windows, 90% efficiency furnaces, programmable thermostats and more. For a complete list click here.
Your Park's Edge home features low flow plumbing fixtures and 1.6 gallon toilets. We also install 92% tankless water heaters, conserving both water and heat. And our landscaping employs a drip system delivering water directly to the point of consumption, which eliminates watering waste.
Protecting the air we breathe is important at Park's Edge. We use low VOC (volatile organic compound) paints and finishes. We take great care during construction to keep dust, dirt and other contaminants from entering the ductwork. And our BIB (Blown In Blanket) insulation system not only improves energy efficiency, it also provides a barrier to allergens, dust and mold. All of these extra efforts allow you to breathe easy in your Park City home.
At Park's Edge we alleviate our impact on our surroundings in several key ways. First, homes constructed with energy efficiency in mind, simply use less energy — a benefit to both your wallet and the environment. Combining several homes into one building does more than save energy, it also allows us to preserve larger, richly landscaped open spaces. We also do our best to reduce construction waste by recycling excess lumber, employing quality, durable materials that last, and using all building materials as efficiently as possible.