Last week we started a series of Blog Posts that deal with Trending Concepts in residential design. Continuing today with a new emphasis that is being placed on keeping a home Healthy. Do ya think that COVID and The Pandemic might have had an impact on this Trending idea?
Today we thought it might be a good idea to take a look at Heat Pumps as a source of both heating and air conditioning.
The real name is a Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump.
There are numerous reasons we strongly support Heat Pumps for both heating and air conditioning:
In just the past two weeks we have had two brand-new homes delivered and set on their permanent foundations. So, for the next couple days we thought it might be fun to let you in on a pictorial history of these new homes.
In today’s photograph you can see the very last stages of delivery. All the trucks, modules, and safety flag cars are stopped at the end of the new home’s driveway. The truck drivers will scope out the job site one last time to make sure everything goes smoothly. (pssst !!!, yup! All went well)
Yesterday afternoon we were up north in Lamoille County to visit one of the next homes to be delivered. About a week ago today’s picture was a fairly dense stand of trees.
The soil at this site is all sand so an excavator machine was able to easily and very quickly remove all the stumps creating a flat house site. It will be just a few days and the machine will dig out the cellar hole in preparation for the building of the foundation.
We would love to see you! In the past month or so we have seen the number of inquiries skyrocket. It seems as though everyone is realizing that summer is drawing to a close, school is about to start, and although the weather is beautiful I must admit that this morning for the first time in months I came to the office with a sweater.
We encourage you to call or contact us online to discuss your new home. As we are sure you know we are a strict Social Distancing company and yes Masks are required here in our offices.
A couple days ago we had a great reaction to The Heritage House introduction. Today take a look at The Burlington Colonial. For all of our loyal readers let’s figure out which Burlington this home is named after. There is Burlington Vermont and Burlington Massachusetts and then there is Burlington Ontario.
Today’s Burlington Colonial home is named after Burlington Ontario. That is a surprise!
Ice cream does not solve everything! However, when it is well into the 90’s like it has been recently it sure helps us all feel better.
Did you know that Vermont Modular Homes has been including Air Conditioning in virtually all of our new homes for the past several years?
It seems as though we have all become spoiled and genuinely want AC included. The most popular type of AC for 2020 is the wildly popular Ductless Mini-Split HEAT PUMP.
Since so much of the Corona Virus news is discouraging we thought it would be a FANTASTIC IDEA for us to introduce you to a NEW RANCH HOUSE. We have put this home together so that is represents an amazing VALUE.
Check this out:
For a week or so we have been talking about Ranch Houses. In today’s picture you are looking at a Ranch House being assembled in Northern Vermont, a couple hundred yards from the border with Canada. Yes, we deliver way up north!
This home was delivered way up north near Jay Peak. That part of the state talks about its own amount to severe winter, it gets wicked COLD. And that brings about the necessity to build a Super Insulated Home.
In today’s blog let’s take a look at another Ranch Style Home. You are looking at The Richmond Ranch house. This is a particularly large Ranch House with more than 1,600 square feet of living space in three big bedrooms, two handsome bathrooms, a living room with a fireplace, gourmet kitchen, a formal dining room, and a large Foyer. Don’t forget that typically there would be an additional 1,600 SF of space in the basement, all of which can easily be finished.