Efficiency At Each Level

Every home can be an energy efficient home.

The idea is simple: carefully design and engineer a home so that it does the most for the least amount. We do this by building the structure to take advantage of the sun for heating, cooling, and daytime lighting. The Tri-Cities has an average of 300 days of sunshine each year but has more heating days than cooling days. When we're building a new energy efficient home, we take every aspect of the home's location into account. 


Our custom energy efficient homes incorporate these systems, which have earned us an Energy Star rating on every home we've built.


In order to assess and improve a home's efficiency, we need to be able to calculate the amount of energy that's being lost. Once we've identified the areas of concern, we can address them to make the home more efficient. 


Great design and solid construction ensure that energy stays in, and the elements stay out. From walls and floors to doors and windows, our focus on energy efficiency extends throughout the entire home. 


Our energy efficient homes capture the full power of the sun with thoughtful and deliberate design and through the use of solar panels. 


An energy efficient home isn't complete without a high-efficiency HVAC system. We choose units that are ideal for the size of the home and make sure they're installed using high-efficiency techniques. 


Windows and soffits can be a big source of energy loss without proper installation and treatment. We pay special attention to every detail to achieve maximum energy efficiency. 

Building Energy Efficient Homes the Sustainable Way

Built Green is a system for green home building that creates a high performance home. Our goal is to build a safer, healthier, and more efficient custom home while reducing the negative impact of site development and construction waste. Easton Construction became associated with the Built Green Group because of the high standards they expect of their members. We have always felt that sustainable building practices, conservation of resources, and recycling is a good way not only to build but also to live.

Conservation from excavation to completion

  • Recycling materials
  • Accurate Estimations, allows for less waste
  • Efficient Designs

Using building materials such as

  • Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) paints and adhesives
  • Particle Board that is formaldehyde free
  • Materials from sustainable forests
  • Manmade materials