Shaddock Homes Prepares for New, Stricter Energy Standards

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Frisco home builder is committed to building green, eco-friendly homes while meeting new standards of energy efficiency.

We have taken the pledge to embrace the new Energy Star standards.

Shaddock Homes, the leading luxury and Green home builder in North Texas, announced today that their eco-friendly home models will be in compliance with the new Energy Star home building standards going into effect this year.

The stricter energy standards are being incorporated into every one of Shaddock Homes' green home plans. Jay Hankla, General Manager of Shaddock Homes, believes that the changes fall in line with the green home builder's longstanding commitment to excellence by allowing them to continue their tradition of providing beautifully crafted, efficient, quality homes with an individual touch.

"We are always committed to improving the quality of our homes," said Hankla. "We have taken the pledge to embrace the new Energy Star standards."

Shaddock Homes, which currently has developments in Frisco, Allen and Murphy, Texas, is already implementing the changes, some of which include improved thermal enclosure systems, quality heating and cooling systems, a complete water management system and increase in the efficiency of appliances and lighting systems.

The changes are expected to save consumers about $30-$50 a month in energy bills.

About Shaddock Homes

Shaddock Homes is a family-owned and operated luxury home builder in North Texas that boasts the characteristics of a small home builder with the financial strength of a larger home building corporation.

Shaddock Homes has been building houses for over 40 years and continues to be the leader in quality homes. They currently have developments in Frisco, Allen, and Murphy, Texas.

For more information about Shaddock Homes, visit http://www.shaddockhomes.com, or visit our blog at blog.shaddockhomes.com.

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