Price: From the mid $400s
Est. Monthly Energy Cost: $80
Sq. Ft.: 2000-3000
Location: Oregon City, OR
Phone: 503-709-3900
 
Marnella

Marnella Advantage
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Marnella Advantage
Here are the reasons why Kinslie Heights stands above others when it comes to building green:
  • Engineered web joist floor systems for improved installation and performance of interior systems.
  • 95% efficient gas forced air heating system
  • Hot water heater is 93% efficient
  • Whole house ventilation control system
  • All duct work is in conditioned space and sealed for maximum efficiency and reduction of heat loss
  • Exclusive use of the “Shaw Green Edge” product line for flooring and counters
  • Use of advanced framing & drywall clips for more efficiency use of lumber to allow more space in walls for insulation.
  • Solar PV ready to allow our homeowners to offset rising costs of electric power including an option to add a Geo thermal system.
  • Blown-in wall insulation increasing rating to R-24
  • Increased ceiling insulation to a rating of R-49
  • Under floor insulation increased to a rating of R-38
  • Vented Rainscreen wall system providing air space under siding to prevent water intrusion
  • Kiln dried framing materials
  • Third party consultants used to ensure building is dry prior to drywall
  • EPA WaterSense Compliant
  • IndoorAirPlus Compliant
  • Third party consultants used to ensure the exterior weather barrier is installed properly to prevent moisture penetration
  • An EPS is available on all homes to assist in estimating performance and energy savings
  • HVAC on 2nd floor for increased efficiency.
  • All exterior siding material is rot resistant
  • Use of advanced framing & drywall clips for more efficiency use of lumber to allow more space in walls for insulation
  • Closed cell foam sprayed at rim joists in conjunction with complete air sealing of entire shell of home significantly reducing energy loss
eps-score EPS, or energy performance score, rates the efficiency of a home and measures it against similar sized-homes in the area. With EPS, the lower the score, the more efficient the home. Scores can range anywhere from 0 to over 200, with zero being the best possible rating. Visit the Energy Trust of Oregon site to read more about EPS and why it's important to you!

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