Back in October, we announced redT's commitment to building a greener Colorado by only constructing environmental friendly homes and it looks like they're sticking to their promise.
The 7 LiteHomes will be two stories with 3-bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. If these are anything like redT's previous projects, each home is sure to have a slick design, modern appliances, and ergonomic cabinetry.
For these specific LiteHomes, redT will be aiming for a LEED Zero Certification, which will be the first in Colorado. This certification is awarded to projects that have a source energy balance of zero or less in Carbon, Energy, Water and Waste.
In other words, the homes will be designed to remove more carbon then they produce, generate more energy than they use or able to reuse as much water as consumed over a 12 month period.
Raptor Civil Engineering, led by Eric Burtzlaff was chosen for the project. Founded just two years ago, Raptor appears to be taking steps in the right direction with this environment friendly development.
With the proclivity Denver has on natural gas, these homes promise an electric, solar-ready, eco-friendly, sustainable alternative at an attainable price point. We're excited to see these homes after completion and confident redT will keep the promise of delivering comfortable and efficient living spaces.
For more information check out redT Homes website here or stay tuned here for future posts.